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310NTREAL    DIRECTORY 


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AH  ALPHABETICAL  DIRECTORY  OF  THE  CITIZENS  GENERALLY; 


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A  CLASSIFIED  BUSINESS  DIRECTORY, 


IN    WHICH    Till:    NAMKS    OF    iSUUSCRlHEUS    ARK    ARRANGED 
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A  DIRECTORY  TO  THE  AisSLRANCE  COMPANIES,  RANKS, 
NATIONAL,  UELlCilOUS,  AND  BENEVOLENT  SOCIETIES  AND 
INSTITUTIONS,  AND  TO  ALL  PUBLIC  OITTCES,  CHURCHES, 
&c.  &c.  IN  THE  CITY. 


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BY    ROBERT    W.    S.    MACK  AY. 


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In  presenting  a  new  volume  of  the  Montreal  Directory  to 
the  public,  the  Compiler  feels  bound  to  apologise  for  the  de- 
lay which  has  occurred  in  its  issue,  a  delay  which  has  been 
mainly  caused  by  a  desire  to  render  the  work  as  useful  and 
and  correct  as  possible,  to  attain  which  end  he  considered  it 
imperative  that  all  Government  Officers  and  Offices  should 
be  included. 

The  work  contains  about  a  thousand  names  more  in 
the  Alphabetical  part  than  that  of  last  year.  When  to 
this  it  is  added  that  the  price  of  the  book  remains  as  before, 
although  its  value  and  cost  have  been  materially  enhanced, 
he  is  induced  to  hope  that  a  copy  will  be  purchased  by  each 
gentleman  in  business,  who  desires  the  success  and  perma- 
nency of  the  Directory  to  be  assured. 

To  those  gentlemen  who  have  heretofore  sustained  the 
work  by  advertising  or  subscribing,  the  Compiler  begs  to  re- 
turn his  grateful  acknowledgments,  and  to  express  a  confi- 
dent hope,  that  the  present  volume  will  be  found  still  more 
worthy  of  their  support  than  its  predecessors. 

ROBT.  W.  S.  MACKAY. 
Montreal,  July,  1844. 


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Addenda  to  the  Alphabctloftl  Directory, 11 

Addenda  to  the  ClassiflcJ  Duaincss  Directory, 298-300 

Alphabetical  Directory, 12-196 

Accountant, 107 

Advocates 1J»7  l»9 

Advocate'8  Library, 2^7 

Architects, 10f»-2«O 

Artists, 200-257 

Apothecaries,  Chemists  and  Drupfgists, 216 

Auctioneers  and  Commission  Murchaiits, 201 

Assurance  Companies,  Life,  Fire,  and  Marine, 2o2-207 

Ranks  and  Bank  Agencies, 269-27* 

Ranker, 202 

Bakers, 202 

Baker  of  Ship  Bread 269 

Benevolent  Institutions, 2M9-29I 

Black  and  White  Smiths, 269 

Blockand  Pump  Maker, 209 

Board  of  Trade, 272 

Board  of  Works 283 

Boarding  nouses, 202 

Booksellers,  Stationers,  and  Bookbinder.*, 203-206 

Boot,  Shoe  and  Leather  Dealers, 205-209 

Brass  Founders,  Coppersmiths,  Plumbers,  &c., 221-298-299 

Brewers  and  Distillers, 210 

Brush  Makers, 210 

Butchers, 211 

Cabinet  Makers  and  Upholsterers, 212-213 

Camphine  Lamp  Store, 213 

Carpenters  and  Joiners, 213-214 

Carvers,  Gilders,  and  Looking  Glass  Manufacturers, 214 

Chair  Makers  and  Furniture  Dealers 214 

Chemists  and  Druggists, 216 

Champlain  and  St.  Lawrence  Railroad, 272-273 

China,  Glass,  and  Earthenware  Dealers,  &c., 21S 

Chop  and  Coffee  Houses, 216 

Circulating  Library, 217 

Civil  Engineers, 217 

Civil  Secretary's  Office, 282 

Cigar  Dealer, 217 

Churches,  &c 293-2f'4 

Clubs,  Lodges,  &c., 29<>-2&7 


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Clothlerii,  and  Tailors 215-249 

Coach  and  CarriaRO  Makers, 217-218 

Coach,  Cab,  Caleshe  and  Cart  Iliro 279 

CoUeges  and  Schools, 295-296 

Comb  Manufacturers  and  Fancy  Goudd  Importers, 218 

Commission  Merchants, 218-219 

Commission  Agents, 219 

Confectioners 219-220 

Cooper  and  Trovision  Pucker, 221 

Coppersmiths,  Brass  Founders  and  numbers, 221-298-299 

Corporation  of  the  City, 277-279 

Courts  of  La'w 274 

Crown  Lands  Office, 283 

Custom  House, 274 

Dancing  Academies, 221 

Days  of  Despatching  English  Mails, 277 

Dentists, 221-222 

Distillers  and  Brewers, 21o 

Dress  Makers,  &c....... 249 

Dry  Goods  Merchants,  Wholesale, 223 

Dry  Goods,  &c., 223-224 

Dyers  and  Scourers, 226 

Engravers  and  Lithographers, 226 

Exchange  and  Money  Broker, 226 

Executive  Government  of  Canada, 281-283 

Executive  Council  and  Officers  of  do, 281 

Fancy  Stores, 226 

Fancy  Soap  Manufacturer, 226 

Fire  Assurance  Companies, 262-269 

Fire  Engines, 280 

Forwarding  Merchants, 227 

Foundries, 227 

Fur  Dresser, 237 

Furniture  Stores, 212-214 

Furriers,  &c., 236-238 

Gas  Light  Company, 273 

General  Merchants, 227-229 

General  Post  Office, 275-277 

Ginger  Beer  Brewers, 229 

Gold  Beater, o 229 

Governor  General,  Suite,  &c., 281 

Grocery  Merchants,  Wholesale, 230 

Groceries,  &c., 230-232 

Gunsmiths, 232-233 

Hair  Dressers,  &c., 233 

Hardware  Merchants, 233-236 

Hatters  and  Furriers, 236-238 

Hospitals, 289-290 


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Hotels  and  Inns, 238-241 

House  Furnishinjy  Wiirehouso, 241 

Hyilromctor  Manufacturer, 241 

Ink  and  Blackinjj  Manufacturer, 241 

Inspectors  of  rroiluco  and  Fees, 280 

Jewellers,  Watchmakers,  &c., 242 

Justices  of  the  Teace,..  284-286 

Lard  Oil  and  Candle  Manufacturer 243 

Leather  Merchants  and  Tanners, 244 

Legislative  Council,  Officers  of, 282 

Literary  Societies, 280-287 

Livery  Stables, 244 

Llojds'  Agents, 266 

Lodges,  Clubs,  &c., 296-298 

Looking  Glass  Manufacturers,  &c., , 244 

Lumber  Merchants, 245-298 

Machinists  and  Printing  Press  Maker, , 245 

Masonic  Lodges, 296 

Mechanics'  Institute, 287 

Medical  Board,  Sec, 2r)7 

Mercantile  Library  Association, 286 

Merchant  Tailors, 245-249 

Milliners  and  Dress  Makers 249 

Mineral  Water  Depot, 250 

Money  and  Exchange  Broker, , 226 

Music,  Professors  and  Teachers  of, 251 

Musical  Instrument  Manufacturers,  &c.,..  250-251 

Municipal  Taxes, 278 

Nail  Manufacturers, 252 

National  Societies, , 287-289 

Natural  History  Society, 286 

Newspapers  and  Periodicals, , 252-253 

Notaries  Public 253-254 

Nursery  and  Seedsman 254 

Odd  Fellows'  Lodges, 297 

Organ  Builders,  &c., 251 

Paint,  Oil,  Glass,  &c..  Dealer  254-255 

Painters, 255 

Paper  Warehouse, 255 

Pawnbrokers, 255 

Portrait  and  Landscape  Painters, 257 


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Post  Offices,  Geiitnil  anil  Montreal, 274-276 

Printing  Offices, 257-258 

Produce  and  Bill  JJntkcrs, 255 

Provision  Merchants, 258 

Provision  Puckers, 258 

Provincial  Sccretury's  Office, 282 

Provincial  Jlegi>,ti;ir's  Office, 28.1 

Provision  Inspectors, 258 

Public  Offices 283-284 

Railroad, 272 

Hates  and  Fares  c.f  Cubs,  Culcshes,  &e,, 279 

Ueceiver  General's  Office, 282 

Uoligi(jus  Societies, 291-292 

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Ship  Bread  Baker, 

Smiths,  Ilursc  Shoer.s,  &c., 

Stage  Offices 

Stock  Manufacturers, 

Straw  and  Silk  Goods  Importers,. 
Survej'or  General's  Office, 


Tailors  and  Clothiers, 245-249 

Tallow  Chandlers, 

Tanners  and  Leather  ^Ierchant«?, 

Tavern  and  Inn  Keepers, 

Temperance  Societies, 

Tin  Plato  Workers, 

Tobacconists, 

Tolls  and  Wharfage  Dues, 

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University  of  ^I'Gill  College, 

Veterinary  Surgeons, 

Watchmakers  and  Jewellers, 

Water  Works  Company, 

Wharftige  Dues,  &c., 

Wine  Merchants, 

Wire  Workers, 

Wooden  Ware  and  Clocks,  &c., 

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ADDENDA  TO  THE  ALPUABETICAL  DUIECTORY. 

Adftms,  J.,  hjk'clrometer  manufacturer,  Rcoolkt,  urnr  M'Gill  st 

Alexander  &  M*Indoc,  commissiun  merchants,  St. Tln'riso street. 

Alley,  J.,  commissariat  department,  liouso  head  cl"  Amherst  st. 

Armour,  Robert,  jr.,  house  St.  Alexander  street, 

Begly,  Thomas  A.,  house  53  St.  Lewis  street. 

Darnard,  John,  hardware,  147  St.  I'aul  street. 

Berlin,  II.,  music  store,  1  Great  St.  Sames  street. 

Boyd,  Wra.,  Albert  hotel,  30  St.  Paul  street. 

Blackader,  Francis  F.,  house  Cote  street. 

Bouchette,  Joseph,  house  Mansion  House,  Collepfc  street. 

Bristow,  Wm.,  general  merchant,  59  Commissioners  street,  house 

at  Mrs.  Gosselin's,  RecoUet  street, 
Brown,  George,  architect,  St.  Helen  street. 
Charpentier,  1*.  F.,  dry  gootls,  130  St.  Paul  street. 
Castle,  G.  &  Co.,  clothing  store,  M'Gill,  near  Commissioners  st. 
Cottcrell,  D.,  house  Craig,  near  Radigonde  .  troet. 
Crow,  G.  B.,  tobacconist,  24  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Dc  St.  Cere,  L.  D.,  boarding  house,  14  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Draper,  Hon.  AV.  II.,  office  45  Notre  Dame  street. 
Elliott,  Misses,  dry  goods,  149i  Notre  Dame  street. 
Evans,  William,  boot  and  shoemaker,  Ilerminc,  near  Jure  street. 
Frascr,  Thomas,  tea  and  coffee  rooms,  156  Notre  Dame  street. 
Goodcnough,  R.  A.,  broker,  St.  Paul  street,  near  City  Bunk. 
Gould,  C.  C.  P.,  hotel.  Mansion  House,  College  street. 
Hammond,  Thomas,  house  105  St.  Charles  Borromcc  street. 
Hart,  J.,  Arcade  hotel,  Bonsecours  street. 
Hector,  Thomas,  house  Colborne  avenue,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Howard  &  Thompson,  dry  goods,  140  Notre  Dame  street. 
Jarmy,  H.  G.,  house  24  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Joseph  &  Co,  tobacconists,  130  St.  Paul  street. 
Kersten,  Edward,  land  and  general  agent.  Exchange  court  St. 

Paul  street. 
Latour,  L.  A.  11.,  house  16  St.  Vincent  street. 
Lucas,  Boyd  &  Co.,  pasteboard  and  box  makers,  office  30  St. 

Paul  street. 
Mack,  D.  and  J.,  general  merchants,  25  St.  Francois  Xavier  st. 
Macnamara,  W.  H.,  commission  agent,  104  Notre  Dame  street. 
Russell,  Andrew,  house  St.  Monique  street. 
Walton,  J.,  bookseller,  195  Notre  Dame  street. 


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AARON,  Isaac,  auctioneer,  Sheriff's  officer,  and  messenger 

for  bankrupt  court,  St.  Elisabeth,  near  Craig  street. 
Abbott,  John,  clerk  of  St.  Ann's  Market,  house  29  St.  Lewis 

street. 
Abbott,  Misses,  ladies'  school,  29  St.  Lewis  street. 
Abel,  Charles,  stone  cutter,  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Abel,  Olivier,  pilot,  118  Sanguinet  street. 
Adams,  James,  grocer,  121  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Adams,  William,  carpenter,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 
Adams,  John,  Victoria  Rope  Walk,  Wellington,  near  Ann  st. 
Adams,  William,  merchant  tailor,  149  Notre  Dame  street, 

house  Berthelet,  near  Bleury  street. 
Adams,  Richard,  bootmaker,  204  Notre  Dame  street. 
Adams,  James,  manufacturer  of   Sykes'  hydrometers,  206 

Notre  Dame  street. 
Adams,  John,  storeman,  11  St.  George  street. 
Adams,  (R.)  and  Moir  (A.)>  wholesale  dry  goods,  224  St. 

Paul  street. 
Adams,  A.  A.,  dancing  master,  91  St.  Paul  street. 
Adamson,  Rev.  W.  A.,  Episcopalian,  54  St.  Urbain  street. 
Addison  &  Co.,  auctioneers  and  commission  merchants,  181 

Notre  Dame  street. 
Addison,  A.,  house  123  Craig  street. 
Addy,  William,  temperance  grocery,  52  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Aganton,  R.,  butcher,  26  Montcalm  street. 
Aggatt,  Edward,  bouse  47  Visitation  street. 
Aggett;  Mrs.,  milliner  and  dressmaker,  97  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Agnew,  Mrs.  A.,  bcirding  bouse,  Fortification  lane,  corner 

St.  Lawrence  bill. 
Ahelo,  John,  confectioner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Ahelo,  Dominique,  confectioner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.Con- 

stant  street. 


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Ahelo,  C,  confectioner,  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  streetf 

Aikman,  John,  printer,  21  Cote  street. 

Aimond,  B.,  mason.  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Aird,  David,  dray  man,  13  Salaherry  street. 

Aird,  William,  Sen.,  55  St.  Dominique  street. 

Aird,  William,  Jun.,  shoemaker,  55  St.  Dominique  street. 

Aire,  John,  shoemaker,  5  Woodyard  street. 

Aitkin,  Dr.  William,  house  St.  Antoine  place. 

Aitkin  &  Moir,  plasterers,  George,  near  Wellington  street. 

Albeck,  Mrs.  S.,  grocery,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  corner  Vitre 

street. 
Alderdice,  H.,  shoemaker,  43  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Alderdice,  Miss,  dressmaker,  43  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Algate,  Mrs.,  grocer,  8  St.  Mary  street. 
Alexander,  Charles,  confectioner,  M'Gill,  near  Recollet  st. 
Alexander,  Thomas,  clerk,  97  St.  Constant  street. 
Alexander,  Robert,  clerk,  106  St.  Antoine  street. 
Alison  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  221  St.  Paul  and  25  St. 

Peter  streets. 
Alison,  James,  Emigrant  agent^  house  Nazareth,  near  Wel- 
lington street. 
Alfredo,  J.  B.,  musician,  German,  near  Dumarais  street. 
AUard,  John,  labourer,  40  Panet  street. 
Allard,  F.,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Allard,  Magloire,  dry  goods,  90  St.  Paul  street. 

AUard,  Charles,  carpenter,  10  Bleury  street, 

Allan,  Hugh,  house  66  Craig  street. 

Allan,  Robert,  carpenter,  21  Campeau  street. 

Allen,  Mrs.,  house  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Allen,  Richard,  labourer,  Queen,  near  Wellington  street, 

Allen,  William,  house  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Allen,  James,  shoemaker,  124  St.  Mary  street. 

Allen,  John,  house  75  Water  street. 

Allen,  W^illiam,  shoemaker.  Queen  square,  near  St.  Mary  st. 

Allen,  Thomas,  school,  Recollet,  near  M<Gill  street. 

Allen,  Edward,  labourer,  74  St.  Joseph  street. 

Alliance  Life  and  Fire  Assurance  of  London,  R.  Gerrard, 
9gent,  office  comer  St.  Therese  and  St.  Gabriel  streets. 


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Alois,  F.  W.,  soap  maker,  Cadieux  village. 

Alow,  Joho,  tanner,  15  Amherst  street. 

Ambeaux,  Francois,  carter,  Roy  lane. 

American  Presbyteiian  Church,  corner  St.  James  and  M<Gill 
streets. 

Amiot,  A.,  baker,  120  St.  Mary  street. 

Amiraux,  E.,  shingler,  head  of  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Among,  Mr.,  carpenter,  St.  Andre,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Among,  Isidore,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Anderson,  T.  B.,  house  21  Notre  Dame  street. 

Anderson,  Richard,  wines  and  groceries,  8  St.  Maurice  street. 

Anderson,  Charles  E.,  shipping  and  commission  agent  and 
broker,  14  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street,  house  corner  St. 
Catherine  and  City  Councillors  street. 

Anderson,  Robert,  wholesale  china,  glass,  &c.,  171  St.  Paul 
street. 

Anderson,  George,  musician,  31  M^Gill  street. 

Anderson,  A.,  grocer,  88  St.  Mary  street. 

Anderson,  James,  shoe  store,  209  St.  Paul  street. 

Anderson,  John,  shoemaker,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Andre,  A.,  picture  framer,  St.  Simeon,  near  Dorchester  st. 

Andrew,  J.,  carpenter,  69  St.  Urbain  street. 

Andrew,  Godfrey,  joiner,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Dor- 
chester street. 

Andrews,  H.  O.,  advocate,  St.  Therese  street,  house  Champ 
de  Mars  street. 

Angus,  Peter,  labourer,  6  Woody ard  street. 

Ansell,  B.,  bouse  47  St.  Urbain  street. 

Ansley,  Mrs.  H.,  shopkeeper,  St.  Dominique,  corner  Dorches- 
ter street. 

Appleby,  F.,  currier,  88  Amherst  street. 

Appleton,  T.,  builder,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Arcand,  Louis,  navigator,  28  Wolfe  street. 

Arcand,  P.,  sawyer,  3  Barclay  street, 

Archambeault,  A.,  grocer,  corner  St.  Mary  and  FuUum  sts. 

Archambeault,  Joseph,  house  5  Edward  street. 

Archambeault,  Mrs.,  house  18  St.  Dominique  street. 

Archambeault,  L.,  joiner^  75  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Archambeault,  F.,  butcher,  88  Sangmnet  street. 
Archambeault,  Mrs.,  honse  4  Visitation  street. 
Ajchambeault,  N.,  labourer,  35  Panet  street. 
Archambeault,  J.  B.,  joiner,  Panet,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Archer  and   Listen,   painters  and  glaziers,  entrance  of  St. 

Antoine  street. 
Arcouet,  C,  boots  and  shoes,  79  St.  Paul  street,  house  149  St. 

Lawrence  street. 
Arcouette>  Michael,  house  St.  Dominique,  near  St.  Cathe- 

cine  street. 
Aries,  James,  carpenter  and  builder,  Mignonne,  head  of  St. 

Elizabeth  street. 
Armour,  Robert,  &  Co.,  office,  166  St.  Paul  steet. 
Armour,  Robert,  house  35  St.  Urbain  street. 
Armour,  Whitford,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  166  St  Paul 

street.  » 

Armour  (A.  H.)  and  Ramsay  (Hew),  booksellers  and  station- 
er?, wholesale  and  retail,  21  St.  Francois  Xavier  street, 
Armstrong,  James,  advocate,  2.2  Little  St.  James  street. 
Armstrong,  Mrs.  John,  house  31  Voltigeur  street. 
Armstrong,  Charles,  carter,  59  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Armstrong,  Francis,  baker,  60  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Armstrong,  Edward,  chandler,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  st. 
Armstrong,  William,  carter,  7  St.  Andre  street. 
Armstrong,  Mrs.  S.,  house  49  Bonaventure,  street. 
Armstrong,  Mrs.  M.,  boarding  house,  23  Chenneville  street. 
Armstrong,  Irwin,  farrier,  49  Voltigeur  street. 
Arnold,  James,  16  St.  George  street,  in  rear. 
Arnoldi,  Dr.,  sen.,  house  17  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Arnoldi,  Dr.,  jun.,  house  7  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Arnton,  John,  tavern,  corner  Grey  Nun  and  Wellington 

streets. 
Arnton,  S.,  grocer.  Common,  near  Prince  street. 
Arthur,  Sutherland,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods, 

174  Notre  Dame  street. 
Arthur,  James,  house  Radigonde  street. 
Arundel,  Thomas,  carpenter,  George,  near  Wellington  street. 
Ash,  Edward,  blacksmith,  Nazareth,^  near  Wellington  street. 


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Ash,  John,  foundryman,  32  Yoltigeur  street. 

Ashton,  J.  P.,  hatter  and  furrier,  80  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Ashton,  George,  and  Co.,  hatters  and  furriers.  Place  d'Armcs, 

west  side. 
Ashton,  George,  house  88  Bleiiry  street. 
Ashton,  Thomas  P.,  house  83  Bleury  street. 
Ashworth,  Job,  grocer,  Murray,  near  William  street. 
Asselin,  J.  B.,  and  Co.,  (N.  Ryan),  tin  plate  workers,  222  St. 

Paul  street,  and  William,  opposite  M'Gill  street. 
Asselin,  B.,  labourer,  3  St.  Tolentin  street. 
Atchinson,  Wm.,  labourer,  93  St.  Mary  street. 
Atberton,  Charles,  civil  engineer,  Lachine  canal  office,  house 

Cote  St.  Paul  Locks. 
Atkinson,  C.  J.,  house  Colhorne  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Atkinson  and  Co.,  general  merchants,  St.  Sacrament,  near 

St.  Nicholas  street. 
Atkinson,  William,  at  City  Hotel,  St.  Paul  street. 
Atkinson,  Edwin,  boots  and  shoes,  128  Notre  Dame  street, 

house  45  Bleury  street. 
Atkinson,  John,  painter,  12  St.  Paul  street. 
Atkinson,  Chas,  furrier,  28  Bonaventure  street. 
Atkinson,  John,  joiner,  75  St.  Dominique  street. 
Atwater,  Edwin,  paints,  oil,  and  glass,  193  St.  Paul,  house 

St.  Henry,  near  College  street. 
Atwater,  J.  H.,  house  St.  Henry,  near  College  street. 
Atwell,  William,  grocer,  corner  Bleury  and  Dorchester  sts. 
Aubertin,  Mrs.  L.,  69  Bonaventure  street. 
Aubertin,  Louis,  house  32  Margaret  street. 
Aubertin,  Louis,  jun.,  carpenter,  St.Catherine,  near  St.  Denis 

street. 
Aubrey,  Major  G.  W.,  house  49  Great  St.  James  street. 
Audet,  J.  B.,  carter,  Chabellois,  near  College  street. 
Auger,  Isidore,  stone  cutter,  Dorchester,  corner. St.  Charles 

Borromee  street. 
Auger,  Joseph,  butcher,  165  St.  Constant  street. 
Auld,  Mrs.,  school,  9  Queen  square. 
Auld,  John,  and  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods  and  commisiioa 

merchants,  197  St.  Paul  street. 

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Auldjo,  Lewis,  clerk,  at  Forsyth,  Richardson  &  Go's. 

Austin,  Charles,  grocer,  corner  St.  Maurice  and  St.  Henry 
streets. 

Austin,  Patrick,  cab  driver,  45  Campeau  street. 

Aussem,  Joseph,  house  Craig  street. 

Aylward,  James,  labourer,  Perrault's  buildings,  Craig  street. 

DABY,  Joseph,  notary  public,  76  Water  street. 

Bacon,  George  II.,  tailor,  Tolentin,near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Bacon,  MisS;  dress  maker,  31  Visitation  street. 

Badger,  James,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  nearQueen  square. 

Badgley,  William,  advocate,  commissioner  of  bankrupts,  10 
Little  St.  James  street,  house  Dorchester  street.  Cote  St. 
Antoine. 

Badgley,  John  T.,  general  merchant,  3  Lemoine  street. 

Badgley,  Doctor,  F.^  5  Little  St.  James  street. 

Bagg,  (S.)  and  Campbell  (M.),  general  merchants.  City 
Bank  buildings,  St.  Paul  street* 

Bagg,  Stanley,  house  Cote  A  Baron. 

Bagg,  S.  C,  notary  public,  Exchange  Court,  St.  Paul  street, 

house  Cote  a  Baron. 
Bagg,  Abncr,  house  136  Sherbrooke  street. 

Bagnall,  A.,  carpenter,  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Charles 
Borromee  streets. 

Baile}',  S.,  furiicr,  St.  Ignace,  near  Water  street. 
Bailey,  Patrick,  currier,  Ann,  near  William  street. 
Bailey,  Wm.,  gardener,  124  Bleury  street. 
Baillond,  Pierre,  trader,  43  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Bain,  John,  bookbinder,  21  St.  Miurice  street, 
Bain,  James,  farmer,  house  Prince,  corner  Gabriel  street. 
Bain,  Mrs.  J.,  grocer,  21  St.  Maurice  street. 
Baird,  Jlobert,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street 
Baird,  Edmond,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 
Baird,  Mrs.,  house  23  Perthius  street. 
Baker,  J.,  cook,  49  Campeau  street. 
Baker,  Laurence,  cabinet  maker,  123  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Baker,  John,  sausages,  corner  Philip  and  St.  Catherine  streets. 
Ball,  John,  tailor,  corner  St.  Dominique  and  Lagauchetiere 
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Ball,  William  E.,  bailiff  and  messenger  for  bankrupts,  9  St. 

Gabriel  street. 
Bapliste,  C,  house  6  St  Dominique  street. 
Banque  du  Peiiple,  29  St.  Fran9f)is  Xavier  street. 
Barbarin,  J.  B.,  labourpr,  28  Chabellols  street. 
Barbp,  Thomas,  cabinet,  maker,  93  St.  Dominique  street. 
Barbeau,  T.  M.,  tavern,  1 18  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Baibeau,  J.  B.,  stone  cutter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Simeon 

street. 
Barbeau,  Thoma?,  mason,  148  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Barbeau,  Maximo,  turner,  160  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Baibeau,  Thoma?,  carter,  127  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Barclay,  William,  smith,  George,  near  Wellington  street. 
Barcomb,  Louis,  house  Mignonne,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee 

street. 
Bare,  Nicholas,  tavern,  236  St.  Joseph  street. 
Baikoy,  Francis,  sjioemaker,  74  St.  Urbain  street. 
Barkej,  James,  labourer.  Queen,  near  William  street. 
Barlow,  Edward,  temperance  hotel,  16  St.  Joseph  street. 
Barlow,  William,  cutler,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 
Barlow,  J.  M.,  hardware,  178  St.  Paul  street. 
Barnaby,  G.,  dork,  35  St.  Lawrence  street, 
Barnard,  Edward,  advocate,  22  Notre  Dame  street. 
Barnard,  James,  clerk,  Alexander,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Barnes,  John,  clerk,  79  Sanguinet  street. 
Barnes,  John,  labourer,  Roy  Lane. 
Barrcan,  Edward,  stone  cutter,  Mignonne,  near  St.Dominique 

street. 
Barret  &  Hagar,  wholesale   and  retail  hardware,   109   St. 

Paul  street. 
Barret,  J.  T.,  house  Durocher  street,  foot  of  the  Mountain. 
Barrett,  Joseph,  joiner,  57  Panel  street. 
Barrett,  Alfred,  Engineer,  College  near  Dupre  lane. 
Barrt'tti,  X.  painter,  16  Voltigeur  street. 
Barretti,  Charles,  sawyer,  St.  Catherine,  near  Constant  st. 
Barron,  William,  bootmaker,  20  Chenneville  street. 
Barron,  Charles,  bootmaker,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Barry,  John,  clerk,  St.  Alexander,  near  St.  Catherine  street* 


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Barry,  Coldstream,  clerk,  St.  Alexander,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Barry,  Henry  T.,  printer,  Bonaventure,  near  St.  Antoine  st. 
Barry,  Edward,  clerk,  St.  Alexander,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Barry,  James,  carter.  Mountain,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Barsalou,  Louis,  culler,  Capital  street.^ 
Barsalou,  Joseph,  154  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Basquin,  Pierre,  carter,  10  Philip  street. 
Basquin,  T.,  carpenter,  131  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Batchellor,  Alexander,  gunsmith,  45  Campeau  street. 
Bathgate,  Georg(»,  contractor,  159  Craig  street. 
Bates,  John,  bailiff',  83  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bates,  John,  pawnbroker  and  grocer,  83  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Battle,  Thomas,  storeman,  George,  near  William  street. 
Bauvigne,  J.  B.,  carter,  Devienne  street. 
Bayard,  George,  confectioner,  8  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bayard,  Mrs.,  house  24  St.  Dominique  street. 
Bayard,  Joseph,  cooper.  College,  near  Chabellois  street. 
Bays,  Octave,  house  45  Elizabeth  street. 
Bazinet,  J.,  fireman,  14  Queen  square. 
Bazinet,  Francis,  carpenter,  15  Cemetery  street. 
Bazinet,  Joseph,  gardener,  128  Bleury  street. 
Bazinet,  A.,  furrier,  128  Bleury  street. 
Bazinet,  Mrs.  J.,  St.  Charles  street.  New  Market. 
Bazinet,  Francis,  joiner,  St.  Catherine, near  St.  Denis  street. 
Beat,  R.,  carriage  maker,  15  St.  Joseph  street. 
Peal,  Mrs.,  dress  maker,  13  St.  Joseph  street. 
Beal,  William,  stcwart,  40  Campeau  street. 
Beal,  John,  cabinet  maker,  53  Campeau  street. 
Beamish,  Arthur,  painter,  71  St.  Dominique  street. 
Beatty,  Charles,  boot  and  shoemaker,  230  St.  Paul  street. 
Beatty,  Isaac,  tailor,  57  Amherst  street. 
Beaubien,  P.,  surgeon,  corner  St.  Francois  Xavier  and  Craig 

streets. 
Beaubien,  Charles,  butcher,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Beaucaire,  Joseph,  mason,  St.  Dominique,  near  St.  Lawrence 

market. 
Beaucaire,  F.,  stone  cutter,  106  St.  Charles  Borromee  street* 


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Beaucaire,  Xavier,  carter,  off  Montcalm  street. 
Beauchamp,  Mrs.,  tailoress,  91  St.  Urbain  street. 
Beauchamp,  J.,  wood  dealer,  17  St.  Urbain  street. 
Beauchamp,  J.  B.,  fireman,  35  St.  Paul  street. 
Beauchamp,  F.  X.,  stone  cutter,  66  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Beauchamp,  J.,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  German  street. 
Beauchamp,  ChaiicF,  carter,  off  Montcalm  street. 
Beauchamp,  Joseph,  house  Durocher,  above  Sherbrokc  st. 
Beauchamp,  Andre,  house  8  IMountain  street. 
Beauchamp,  Francis,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Elizabeth 

street. 
Beauchamp,  Michael,  carter,  6  Acqueduct  street. 
Beauchamp,  P.,  joiner.  Brock,  near  Mij^nonne  street. 
Beauchamp,  Joseph,  smith.  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Beauchamp,  J.  B.,  sawyer,  I/agucheliere,  near  Voltigeur  st. 
Beaudoin,  S.,  joiner,  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Bcaudoin,  Joseph,  butcher,  31  St.  Andie  street. 
Beaudiies,  J.  B.,  mason,  4  Monique  street. 
Beaudries,  P.  labourer,  39  St.  Iguace  street. 
Beaudry,  L.,  boarding  house,  48  Sanguinet  street. 
Beaudry,  J.  L  ,  &  Co.,  dry  goods,  80  and  82  Notre  Dame  st. 
Beaudry,  J.  L.,  house,  80  Notre  Dame  street. 
Beaudry,  (P.)  and  Brother  (J.  Beaudry,)  dry  goods,  130 

Notre  Dame  street. 
Beaudry,  J.  B.,  house  82  Notre  Dame  street. 
Beaudry,  F.  X.,  house  70  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Beaudry,  J.  U.,  advocate,  3  St.  Vincent,  house  46  Sangui- 

net  street. 
Beaudry,  P.,  Notary  Public,  Visitation,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Beaudry,  Felix,  blacksmith,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Beaudry,  J.,  carpenter,  98  St.  Uibain  street. 
Beaudry,  B.,  house,  St.  Catherine,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Beaufield,  R.,  tailor,  66  St.  George  street. 
Beaulieu,  Paul,  house,  83  St.  Dominique  street. 
Beaulieu,  Joseph,  carter,  135  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Beausoleil,  Mrs.  Arthur,  house  .34  Amherst  street. 
Beausoleil,  E.,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  Philip  street. 
Beausoleil,  Julie,  seamstress,  Sanguinet,  near  Dorchester  st. 


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Beck,  George  C.^  grocery  and  tavern,  Joseph)  near  Inspector 
street. 

Becket,  John  C,  printer,  204  St.  Paul  street. 

Bedard,  Mrs.,  house  20  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Bedigue,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  corner  of  Bonsccours  and  St. 
Paul  streets. 

Beddingfield,  Robert,  miller,  St.  Philip,  near  Vallee  street* 

Bedouin,  Mr.,  notary  public,  31  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Beers,  J.  C,  cabinet  maker  and  upholsterer,  169  Notre  Dame 
street. 

Bclaire,  losephj  blacksmith,  Bonsecours,near  St.  Denis  street, 
house  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Belaire,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  150  St.  Joseph  street. 

Bclaire,  Francis,  brush  maker,  135  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Belaire,  Basile,  joiner,  33  Campeau  street. 

Beland,  Mis.,  house  Vallee,  near  Philip  street. 

Bcland,  Alex.,  shoemaker,  Mignonne  near  St. Constant  street. 

Belanger,  Francois,  shoemaker,  75  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Belanger,  J.  13.,  bootmaker,  25  Chabellois  street. 

Belanger^  13.,  tin  smith,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Belanger,  Joseph,  carter,  47  Mountain  street. 

Belanger,  Mrs.,  milliner,  124  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Belaiige,  Eticnne,  carpenter,  corner  Vallee  and  Philip  streets. 

Belange,  Louis,  smith,  101  St.  Joseph  street. 

Belange,  Joseph,  joiner,  corner  Mignonne  and  Montcalm  sts. 

Belange,  John,  joiner,  Chabellois  square. 

Belinge,  F.  M.,  advocate,  5  St.  Vincent  street. 

Belinge,  Mrs.,  house  128  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Belcour,  Mrs.,  house  132  Sanguinet  street. 

Bellisle,  J.,  caulker,  King,  near  William  street. 

Bellisle,  John,  trader,  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Bellisle^  P.,  house  Montcalm  near  Catherine  street. 

Bellisle, carpenter,  28  Chabellois  street. 

Belin, mason,  Mignonne,  near  Charles  St.  Borromee  st. 

Bellimare,  L.,  painter,  Visitation,  near  Sherbrooke  street. 

Bell,  John,  grocer,  corner  of  Nazareth  and  Wellington  sts. 

Bel),  James,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Domini- 
que street. 


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Uell,  William,  architect,  55  St.  Urbain  street. 

Bell,  Thomas,  Vitre,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Bell,  Joshua,  boots  and  shoes,  103  Notre  Dame  street. 

Bell,  James,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,near  Sanguinet  street. 

Bell,  Thomas,  boots  and  shoes,  114  Notre  Dame  street. 

Bell,  Daniel,  upholsterer,  Deviennc,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Bell,  Thomas,  commission  agent,  9  St.  Nicholas  street. 

Bell,  William,  tailor,  25  Campeau  street. 

Belle,  Jean  Baptiste,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Belle,  Joseph,  notary  public,  12  St.  Lambert  street. 

Bellew,  Patrick,  tanner,  Ann,  near  William  street. 

Bellingham,  Sydney,  advocate,  corner  St.  Gabriel  and  St. 

Paul  streets. 
Bellmare,  Louis,  carter,  15  Montcalm  street. 
Bendel,  Mrs.,  teacher,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Cote  sts. 
Bender,  Fran^oif,  advocate,  87  Craig  street. 
Beneche,  E.,  grocer,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Benjamin  and  Brothers,  dry  goods,  wholesale  and  retail,  131 

Notre  Dame  street. 
Benjamin,  S.,  shoemaker,  44  Voltigeur  street. 
Bennallack,  Henry,  blacksmith,  129  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bennett,  Peter,  carpenter,  44  Voltigeur  street. 
Benning,  A.,  auctioneer  and  commission  merchant,23  St.Fran- 
9ois  Xavier  street. 

Benny,  Walter,  baker,  30  St.  Joseph  street. 

Benoit,  John,  house  101  St.  Dominique  street. 

Benoit,  P.,  trader,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Benoit,  F,,  &  Co.,  Fabrique  street,  house  St.  Amable  lane. 

Benoit,  Benjamin,  ca'penter,  St.  Dominique,  near  St,  Law- 
rence market. 

Benoit,  Dominique,  tailor,  37  Campeau  street. 

Benoit,  Francois,  grocery  and  tavern,  Capital  street. 

Benoit,  Charles,  tavern,  St.  Mary,  near  Fullam  street. 

Benoit,  Louis,  musician,  52  Bleury  street. 

Benson,  H.  &  Co.,  tea  and  coffee  store,  178  Notre  Dame  st. 

Bent,  George,  house  78  Bonaventure  street. 

Berard,  Charles,  joiner,  corner  Wolfe  and  St.  Catherine  sts. 

Gerard,  Paul,  carriage  maker,  27  Panet  street. 


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BorarJ,  Francis,  carriage  maker,  65  St.  Mary  street. 
Bergeron,  O.,  boarding  house,  37  Commissioner  street. 
Bergeron,  A.,  &;roccr,  corner  of  Brock  and  St.  Catherine  sts. 
Bergeron,  M.  J.  G.,  grocer,  153  St.  Joseph  street. 
Bergen,  Jame.o,  labourer,  Commissioner  street,  opposite  St. 

Ann's  market. 
Bariau,  J.,  trader,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  street. 
Berland,  C,  grocer,  135  St.  Constant  street. 
Berlin,  H.,  musician,  142  Notre  Dame  street. 
Berlinguette,  L.,  carpenter.  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Beilotte,  Louis,  sculptor,  St.  Lawrence  roarkct|  near  St. 

Lawrence  street. 
Bernard,  J.  D.,  auctioneer  and  commission  merchant,  152  St. 

Paul  street. 
Bernard,  Doctor,  dentist,  104  Notre  Dame  street. 
Bernard,  F.  R.,  dry  goods,  140  Noire  Dame  street. 
Bernard,  F.,  house  Gabriel,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Beron,  Joseph,  merchant,  Vitre,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Beron,  Edward,  grocer,  200  Notre  Dame  street. 
Berly,  John,  grocer,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Amherst  sti. 
Berry,  Edward,  shoemaker,  William,  near  Queen  street. 
Berry,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  33  Panet  street. 
Berthelet,  O.,  office  Great  St.  James  street,  house  201  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Berthelet,  B.,  M.  D.,  171  Notre  Dame  street,  house  115  Craig 

street. 
Berthelet,  Miss  Th^rese,  house  161  Notre  Dame  street, 
Berthelet,  L.  F.,  clerk,  St.  George,  near  Craig  street. 
Berthelet,  J.  A.,  advocate,  18  Little  St.  James  street. 
Berthiaume,  Mr.,  clerk,  house  St.  Claudius  street. 
Berthiaume,  Louis,  mason,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Charles  Bor- 

romee  street. 
Berthiaume,  Joseph,  clerk,  60  St.  Constant  street. 
Berthiaume,  J.,  labourer,  125  St.  Mary  street. 
Bertram,  Alexander,  borse  shoer,  corner  St,  Mary  and  La- 

croix  streets,  near  Dalhousie  square. 
Bertram,  J.  B.,  stone  cutter,  St*  Catherine^  near  St.  Simeon 

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Bertram,  Joseph,  waterman,  75  Bonayenture  street. 

Bertrand,  J.,  carpenter,  22  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Bertrand,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  off  St.  Denis  street. 

Bertrand,  A.,  3  St.  Sim6on  street. 

Bethell,  (F.)  &  McQuillan,  (A.,)  watchmakers  and  manufac- 
turing jewellers,  176  Notre  Dame  street. 

Betbune,  Rev.  Dr.,  bouse  Dorchestci  street,  head  of  Moun- 
tain street. 

Betbune,  N.,  steam  saw  mill,  St.  Urbain  street,  house  La- 
gaucheticre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Betbune,  S.,  advocate,  33  Little  St.  James  street. 

Betbune,  Joseph,  dyer,  49  Craig  street. 

Betbune,  William,  teacher,  off  Jure,  near  St.  George  street. 

Betto,  Louis,  bouse  76  Mountain  street. 

Bezeau,  Joseph,  butcher,  Bonaventure,  near  Mountain  street. 

Bibaud,  Mrs.,  bouse  Hoy  lane. 

Bibaud,  Doctor  G.,  19  Little  St.  James  street. 

Bibaud,  Michel,  editor,  Roy  Lane,  near  Bonaventurc  street. 

Bibaud,?.,  advocate,  37  Little  St.  James  street. 

Bible  and  Tract  Society's  Depository,  and  Sunday  School 
Union,  James  Milne,  agent,  office,  M<GilI  st.,  west  side. 

Bienvenu,  J.  tailor,  11  Sanguinet  street. 

Bigelow,  C.  L.)  bookbinder,  3  Edward,  street. 

Bigelow,  Thomas  D.,  nail  factory,  185  St.  Paul  street,  house 
St.  Catherine,  near  Bleury  street. 

Bigg,  Joseph,  gardener,  St.  Hubert,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Bignon,  J.  B.,  butcher,  135  St.  Joseph  street. 

Billett,  J.  B.,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  street. 

Binley,  M.  IS.,  advocate,  35  Little  St.  James  street. 

Bird,  William,  cooper,  Wellington,  near  Prince  street. 

Birks,  John,  &  Co.,  druggists,  136  St.  Paul  street. 

Birks,  John,  house  136  St.  Paul  street. 

Bishop,  Robert,  labourer,  M<Cord,  near  Wellington  street. 

Bishop,  Richard,  bricklayer,  Chabellois,  near  Bonaventure  st. 

Bissonais,  Mrs.,  house  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Bissonais,  Louis,  carpenter,  100  St.  Antoine  street. 

BissoD,  Louis,  gardener,  57  Sanguinet  street. 

Blacbe,  H*,  cabinet  maker^  98  St.  Antoine  street* 

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HIache,  Henry,  house  7  St.  Antoine  street. 

Blache,  Mrs.  A.,  off  Craig,  near  Radigonde  street. 

Black,  John,  plasterer.  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Black,  Isaac,  baker,  46  i^  mherst  street. 

Black,  Mrs.  M.,  boarding  house,  18  Chenneville  street. 

Black,  Rev.  Dr.,  house  91  Mountain  street. 

Black,  William,  clerk,  at  J.  MathewsonV. 

Blackader,  Wilkes  &  Co.,  wholesale  commission  merchantf 
221  St.  Paul  street. 

Blackader,  Mrs.,  milliner,  30  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Blackburn,  John,  carpenter,  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  Jail. 

Blackhall,  George,  joiner,  17  S*.  Urbain,  in  street  rear. 

Blackmore,  William,  bootmaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Mont- 
calm street. 

Blackmore,  Joseph,  gunsmith,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 

Blackwood,  James  M.,  general  merchant,  St.  Sacrament  st. 

Blais^  G.,  trader,  111  Sanguinet  street. 

Blais,  Loui?,  grocer,  Sanguinet  street. 

Blais,  Amable,  labourer.  Jure,  near  Alexander  street. 

Blais,  John,  carter,  Chabellois,  near  College  street. 

Blais,  Oliver,  joiner,  41  Panet  street. 

Blair,  Alexander,  labourer,  Biick  Fields,  GrifEntown. 

Blair,  James,  foundryman.  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Blake,  Mrs.,  establishment  for  young  ladies,  Belmor.t  house, 
Lagaurhetiere  street. 

Blake,  William,  commission  merchant,  house  Lagauchetiere, 
near  Radigonde  street. 

Blake.  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur 
street. 

Blake,  Williamj  carpenter,  Bronsdon's  lane. 

Blakiston,  R.,  sail  maker,  corner  Port  and  Common  streets. 

Blanchard,  Louis.,  tannery,  48  St.  Antoine  street. 

Blanchard,  John,  plasterer,  115  St.  Constant  street. 

Blanchard, Francis,  cart  maker,  St.  Catherine,  near  Visitation 
street. 

Blanchard,  Louis,  hats  and  furs,  123  and  151  St.  Paul  street. 

Blanchard,  Joseph,  tavern,  Fabrique  street. 

Blavins,  David,  road  maker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  t*. 


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Jileakley,  John,  advocate,  St.  Therese  street,  house  18  Notre 
Dame  street. 

Bleakley,  William,  notary,  19  Queen  square. 

Bleau,  Francis,  carter,  Amherst,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Hleau,  Etienne,  carter,  102  St.  Constant  street. 

Bleau,  Lombard,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  Montcalm  street. 

Bleau,  Benjamin,  carter,  iS  Panet  street. 

Blondin,  Andre,  tanner,  head  of  St.  Constant  street. 

Blondin,  Peter,  tanner,  36  Amherst  street. 

Blyth,  R.  H.,  watchmaker,  &c.,  208  St.  Paul  street. 

Blyth,  Mrs.,  candy  store,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  street. 

Blythe,  James,  dry  goods,  187  Notre  Dame  street. 

Bockus,  Charles,  commission  agent,  Exchange  court. 

Bodoine,  Louis,  carpenter,  St.  Dominique,  near  Mignonne 
street. 

Bodoine, -joiner,  71  St.  Mary  street. 

Bodley,  R.  D.,  clerk,  house  Lower  Lachine  Road. 

Bogg,  Eliza,  washing,  &c.,  11  Queen  square. 

Bjhle,  Peter,  silversmith,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Domini- 
que street. 

Bohle,  Francis,  go!dsmith,Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Dominique 
street. 

Boitie,  Charles,  tinsmith,  25  Montcalm  street. 

Boire,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  120  Sanguinet  street. 

Boivin,  L.  P.,  watchmaker,  80  St.  Paul  street,  house  St. 
Elizabeth,  near  Craig  street. 

Boivin,  Biptiste,  cooper,  St.  Philip,  near  Vallee  street. 

Boivin,  Denis,  shingler,  3  Margaret  street. 

Boivin,  C,  carter,  128  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Boisis,  A.,  shoemaker,  50  Amherst  street. 

Boisif,  Au^ustin,  mason,  113  Sanguinet  street. 

Boixmenu, Felix,  carter,  Sanguinet,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Boixmenu,  P.,  clerk,  114  Bleury  street. 

Bolan,  Thomas,  smith,  corner  William  and  George  streets. 

Bonacina,  John,  bank  messenger,  Vitre,  near  St.  Charles  Bor- 
romee  street. 

Bonacina,  L.,  tavern,  corner  M^Gill  and  Hay  Market. 

Bonacina,  Louis,  merchant.  Hay  Market. 


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Bone,  Thomas,  turner,  187  Crai*  street. 

Bone,  Thomas,  grocer,  187  Craig  street. 

Bonner,  Samuel  B.,  house  King,  near  Wellington  street. 

Bonner,  John,  storeman,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

Bonneville,  Amable,  tavern.  Commissioner  street,  near  New 

Market. 
Bonsecours  Church,  corner  St.  Paul  and  Bonsecours  streets. 
Bonycastle  &  Co.,  hatters,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 
Boomer,  G.  B.,  smith,  17  Perthius  street. 
Boon,  William,  bricklayer,  Roy  lane. 
Boon,  William,  grocer,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 
Bootli,  William,  milkman,  Laugauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur  st. 
Bodreau,  Cyril,  baker,  St.  Mary,  near  St.  Helen  street. 
Borrie,  Andre *v,  tinsmith,  41  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Boston,  John,  Sheriii'of  Montreal,  68  Craig  street. 
Borthwick,  George,  commission  merchant,  Gillespie's  build* 

ings.  Common  street,  house  Albert  place. 
Bostwick,  N.  J.,  leather  and  provisions,  8  M^Gill  street,  bouse 

Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 
Bostwick,  O.,  general  merchant,  office  William,  near  King 

street,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Acqueduct  street. 
Bosworth,  Rev.  Dr.,  Baptist,  west  end  of  St.  Antoine  street. 
Bottazini,  L.,  tavern,  14  St.  Lambert  street. 
Bouchard,  F.,  labourer,  62  Tolentin  street. 
Boucher,  L.,  mason,  head  of  Brock  street. 
Boucher,  Mrs.,  9  Chenneville  street. 
Boucher,  Frs.,  mason,  104  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Boucher,  F.,  carpenter,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Boucher,  Marcile,  shoemaker,  Inspector,  near  Bonaventure 

street. 
Boucherville,  Mr.,  advocate,  olBco,  23  Craig  street. 
Bouchette,  R.  S.  M.,  advocate,  8  St.  Vincent  street. 
Boudreau,  Maxime,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Boudreau,  J.  B.,  sawyer,  Salaberry,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 
Boudreau,  S.  S.,  dry  goods,  134  Notre  Dame  street. 
Boult,  A.,  furrier,  26  Vallee  street. 
Boulanget,  J.  C,  merchant  tailor,  112  St.  Paul  street. 
Boulanget,  Louis,  blacksmith,  71  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Houlet,  F.,  &  Co.,  blacksmiths,  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  st. 
Boulet,  Michael,  tavern,  corner  St.  Antoine  and  Mountain  il. 
Bourasa,  Louis,  boatman,  129  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bourbon,  Louis,  carpenter,  95  St.  Urbain  street. 
Bourbonniere,  Francois,  pilot,  59  Panet  street. 
Bourbonniere,  Louis,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Bourbonniere,  Fran9ois,  baker,  63  St.  Urbain  street. 
Bourbonniere,  Pierre,  house  head  of  German  street. 
Bourbonniere,  Mrs.  Mary,  boarding  house,  Dorchester,  near 

St.  Philip  street. 
Bourbonniere,  M.  &  J.,  grocers,  63  St.  Mary  street. 
Bourbonniere,  J.  B.,  house  49  Sanguinet  street. 
Bourdinon,  0.,  stone  cutter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Charles 

Borromee  street. 
Bourdinon,  Joseph,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Charles 

Borromee  street. 
Bourdon,  Frangois,  carpenter,  41  St.  Dominique  street. 
Bourdon,  J.  A.,  clerk  of  market,  house  St.  Amable  lane. 
Bourdon,  A.,  tailor,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Bourdon,  Louis,  carpenter,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St. 

Constant  streets. 
Bourdon,  Fran9ois,  carpet  weaver,  56  St.  Denis  street. 
Bourdon,  A.,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Bourdon,  C,  joiner,  head  of  German  street. 
Bourdon,  Anthony,  shoemaker,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Bourgeau,  V.,  carpenter,  Laugaucheliere,  near  St.  Denis  »t. 
Bourgeois,  Joseph,  cooper,  20  Amherst  street. 
Bourgette,  Mrs.,  house  19  Wolfe  street. 
Bourgoin,  Elisa,  grocer,  21  St.  Ignace  street. 
Bourgoin,  J.,  tanner,  18  Wolfe  street,  house  3L 
Bourgoin,  Michael,  cabinet  maker,  97  St.  Dominique  street. 
Bourne,  Geo.,  &  Co.,  brewery,  53  St.  Paul  street. 
Bourne,  Adolphus,  engraver,  142  Notre  Dame  street,  house 

corner  German  and  Mignonne  streets. 
Bourret,  Joseph,  advocate,  mayor  of  Montreal,  24  Little  St. 

James  street* 
Bourret,  Alexander,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  Alexander  st. 

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Bourret,  Mrs.,  house  Bleurj,  near  Lagauchetiere  street.  . 

Bousquet,  F.,  trader,  corner  Mignonne  and  Visitation  streets. 

Bousquet,  Louis,  batter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Boustead,  Mrs.,  bouse  Ann,  near  William  street. 

Boutillier,  Joseph,  carpenter,  84  Visitation  street. 

Boutillier,  Misses,  house  67  Craig  street. 

Boutillier,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  24  St.  Maurice  street. 

Boutillier,  Miss,  house  99  Sanguinet  street. 

Bow,  James,  cooper,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Bowden,  John,  plasterer,  23  St.  Genevieve  street. 

Bower,  John,  butcher  and  grocer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Con- 
stant street. 

Bowes,  John,  shoemaker,  85  St.  Dominique  street. 

Bowes,  William,  carter,  48  Panet  street. 

Bowes,  James,  clerk,  Dalhousie,  near  Common  street. 

Bowie,  George,  contractor  and  mason.  Jure,  near  Bleury  st. 

Bowie,  Alexander,  baker,  68  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bowie,  Dr.  James,  house  2  Craig  street. 
Bowie,  Edward,  baker,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  St.  Domi- 
nique streets. 
Bowler,  William,  labourer.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
Bowles,  John,  labourer,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Bows,  Thomas,  blacksmith,  30  St.  Mary  street. 
Boxall,  George,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street.  New  Market. 
Boyd,  John,  clerk,  Cemetery,  near  Bonaventure  street. 
Boyd,  William,  chandler,  William,  near  George  street. 
Boyer,  L.,  house  34  St.  Denis  street. 
Boyer,  Joseph,  boatman,  5  Montcalm  street. 
Boyer,  Francis,  joiner,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Boyer,  J.  B.,  saddler,  68  St.  Dominique  street. 
Boyer,  F.  X.,  house  85  St.  Dominique  street. 
Boys,  William,  moulder,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Bradbury,  William,  dry  goods,  wholesale,  157  Notre  Dame 

street,  house  155  Notre  Dame  street. 
Bradsbaw,  Giles,  shoemaker,  George,  near  William  street. 
Brady,  John,  teacher,  25  Voltigeur  street. 
Brady  and  Darling,  tallow  chandlers,  86  St.  Lawrence  »U 
Brady,  Robert,  shoemaker,  10  Valine  street. 


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Brady,  John,  pedlar,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Panet  street. 

Brady,  John,  baker,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Brady,  Thomas,  carter,  89  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Brais,  Francois,  dry  goods,  102  St.  Paul  street. 

Bramley,  C.  C,  boards  at  Exchange  Coffee  House. 

Brandon,  Mrs.,  tavern,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

Brankin,  J.,  confectioner,  134  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Brault,  Charles  A.,  notary  public,  3  St.  Joseph  street. 

Brault,  J.  L.,  Banque  du  Peuple,  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Brault,  Alexander,  house  41  Sanguinet  street. 

Brault,  A.,  &  Co.,  dry  goods,  78  Notre  Dame  street. 

Brauneis,  J.  C,  professor  of  music,  opposite  Viger  market. 

Brassard,  F.,  joiner,  150  Craig  street. 

Brayer,  F.,  carter,  118  Sanguinet  street. 

Brazeau,  F.  X.,  dry  goods,  108  St.  Paul  street. 

Brazeau,  Mrs.,  house,  12  Visitation  street. 

Brazeau,  Louis,  carter,  28  Voltigeur  street. 

Brazeau,  Antoine,  Baker,  Voltigeur  street. 

Brazeau,  Samuel,  labourer.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Brayiield,  Henry,  mason.  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Brazer,  Mrs.,  house  67  St.  Mary  street. 

Breard,  Eli, shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Breckanridge,  James,  merchant,  corner  King  and  William 

streets,  house  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Guy  streets. 
Breen,  Mrs.  R.,  house  40  Wolfe  street. 
Brehaut,  Louis,  mason,  Devienne  street. 
Brennan,  James,  grocer,  175  Notre  Dame  street. 
Brennan,  Mrs.,  boarding  bouse,  Hermine  street. 
Brennan,  John,  grocer,  Dorchester,  corner  St.  Philip  street. 
Brennan,  Patrick,  grocer,  129  Craig  street. 
Brennan,  Patrick,  contractor,  corner  Prince  and  William  sts. 
Brett,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  William,  near  George  street. 
Brett,  John,  labourer,  College,  near  Inspector  street. 
Brewster,  B.,  &  Co.,  (H.  Mulholland,  and  John  H.  Evans,) 
wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  177  and  179  St.  Paul  st. 
Brewster,  Benj.,  house  Lachine  road. 
Brewster,  W.  &  C,  wholesole  and  retail  hardware,  184  SU 
Paul  street. 


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Brewster,  William,  house,  College,  near  Dupr6  lane 

Bridge,  Samuel,  house  52  Campeau  street. 

Btidiie,  Thomas  H.,  auctioneer  and  commission  merchant,  5 
Nuns'  building's,  St.  Joseph  street,  house  52  Campeau 
street. 

Bridges,  Thomas,  cooper.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Bridges,  John,  carpenter,  St,  Philip,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Brien,  F.,  carpenter,  130  St.  Joseph  street. 

Brien,  Mrs.,  dry  goods,  40  St.  Mary  street. 

Briggs,  Russe),  bricklayer.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Briggs,  Philip,  labourer,  15  Salaberry  street. 

Briker,  P.,  stone  cutter,  head  of  Brock  street. 

Brisset,  Nelson,  grocer,  168  St.  Joseph  street. 

Brissian,  H.,  leather.  Custom  House  square. 

Brisson,  A.,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Brisson,  John  B.,  mason,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  St.  Simeon 
streets. 

Brisson,  Nicholas,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Simeon  st. 

British  North  American  Bank,  Great  St.  James  strf>et. 

Britton,  Edward,  house  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Brock,  Wm,,  tailor,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 

Broderick,  Timothy,  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  Ann  st. 

Brogan,  James,  carter.  Busby  lane. 

Bromby,  Robert,  labourer,  44  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Brondgeest,  John  T.,  house  St.  Genevieve,  above  Lagauche- 
tiere  street. 

Bronsdon,  J.  R.,  city  engineer,  77  St.  Urbain  street. 

Bronsdon,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  77  St.  Urbain  street. 

Brooke,  Chas.,  house  137  Bleury  street,  office  at  W.T.  White- 
head's, St.  Eloi  street. 

Broome,  G.  &  T.,  naturalists,  10  Little  St.  James  street. 

Brooms,  Mrs.,  washing,  &c.,  108  St.  Charles  Borromee  st. 

Brossard,  Joseph,  carriage  maker,  40  St.  Lewis  street. 

Brossard,  Mrs.,  house  35  St.  Lewis  street. 

Brothers,  Mrs.  tailoress,  175  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Brouillet,  Joseph,  tavern,  51  Commissioners  street. 

Brousseau,  Louis,  roofer,  74  Notre  Dame  street. 


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Brousseau,  Dr.  P.,  26  Notre  Dame  street. 

Brousseau,  Frs.,  carpenter,  150  Craig  street. 

Brown,  James,  house  74  St.  Antolne  strce  t. 

Brown,  Julius,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Acqueduct  street. 

I'rovvn,  John  O.,  66  St.  Antoine  street. 

Brown,  Joseph,  clerk,  56  St.  Antoine  street. 

Brown,  James,  provision  store,  107  St.  Joseph  street. 

Brown,  David,  builder,  32  Chenneville  street. 

Brown,  William,  wharfinger,  office,  67  Commissioners  street. 

Brown,  Miss,  milliner,  &c.,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbaia  street. 

Brown,  Mrs.Donald,  grocer,  corner  William  and  Nazareth  sts. 

Brown,  Mrs.,  tavern  4,  Campeau,  street. 

Brown,  A.,  piano  forte  maker,  Wellington,  near/Grey  Nun  st. 

Blown,  Daniel,  tailor,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Brown,  Mrs.,  house  64  St.  George  street. 

Brown,  John,  hatter,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Brown,  T.,  watchmaker,  27  Bonaventure  street. 

Brown,  John,  labourer,  William,  near  King  street. 

Brown,  Samuel,  carpenter.  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Brown,  William,  house  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  street. 

Brown,  Geo.,  cabman,  72  St.  Dominique  street. 

Brown,  John,  bricklayer,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

Brown,  W.  W.,  hair  dresser,  corner  St.  Peter,  and  St.  Paul 
streets. 

Brown,  Robert,  coffee  house,  101  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Brown,  Robert,  shoemaker,  Ann,  near  Wellington  sirev t. 

Brown,  George,  Tailor,  12  St.  George  street,  in  rear. 

Brown,  James,  joiner,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Brown,  Joseph,  tailor,  57  Bleury  street. 

Brown,  Augustus,  house  7  St.  Edward  street. 

Brown,  (rcorge.  Painter,  Hermine  street. 

Brown,  Robert,  cooper,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 

Brown,  John,  labourer,  12  St.  Charles  Borromee  street,  in 
rear. 

Brown,  Samuel,  storeman,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Brownell,  Rev.  Mr.,  Wellington  street,  adjoining  the  Me- 
thodist chapel. 

Bruce,  J.,  English  academy,  10  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Bruce,  Thomas,  fanner,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Bruchesi,  P.,  grocer,  123  St.  Joseph  street. 
Bruneau,  Dr.,  house  corner  St.  Helen  and  Uecollet  streets. 
Bruneau,  Jean,   wholesale  dry  goods,  2  St.  Joseph  street, 

house  140  Notre  Dame  stref  t. 
Bruneau,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Brunelle,  Mrs.  B.,  washing,  Sii.y  28  Amherst  street. 
Brunette,  Louis,  mason.  Jure,  n?ar  St.  Alexander  street. 
Brunette,  B.,  clerk,  83  St.  Paul  street. 
Bruetti,  V.,  carpenter,  Lagaichetiere,  near  Sanguinet  street, 
Brush,  Geo.,  house,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 
Bruycr,  B.,  labourer,  14  Queen  square. 
Bruyer,  Peter,  tinsmith,  181  Craig  street, 
iirijyer,  Antoine,  la^'ourer,  22  Adolphos  street. 
Bruyer,  Mrs.,  house,  124  St.  Charles  Borro:ne  e  street. 
Biuj  ere,  J.  B.,  house  Cote,  near  Craig  street. 
Bruyere,  Mrs.,  store,  142  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bruyere,  Francois,  house  103  St.  Dominique  street. 
Bruyctte,  Louis,  carpenter,  llerinine  street. 
Bryan,  Patrick,  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 
Bryson,  Campbell,  bookseller  and  stationer,  and  blank  book 

manufacturer,  21  St.  Frxngois  Xavier  street. 
Bryson,  (Alexander),  and  Terrier  (George  D.),   wholesale 

hardware,  181^  St.  Paul  street. 
Bryson,  Alexander,  hous3  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Bryson,  Thomas  M.,  grocer,  90  St.  Joseph  .street. 
Bryson,  H.,  grocer,  St.  Catherine,  near  Visitation  street. 
Buchanan,  Harris,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  2  Alexis  street. 
Buchanan,  Alexander,  advocate,  12  St.   Gabriel,  house  3G 

Sherbrooke  street. 
Buchanan,  William,  bookkeeper,  house  35  St.  Dominique  st. 
Buchanan,  Mrs.  C,  house  Cot^,  near  Vitre  street. 
Buchanan,  William,  shoemaker,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington 

street. 
Buchanan,  H.,  shoemaker,  Kempt,  near  Wellington  street. 
Buchanan,  James,  labourer,  22  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Buck,  M.,  merchant,  corner  Wellington  va\\  Queen  streets. 


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Biidilen  and  Vennor,  hardware,  and  commission  merchants, 
manufactory  of  nails  cards,  190  St.  Paul  street. 

Bulger,  Captain,    house  27  Perlhius,  street.. 

Bulmer,  Thomas,  and  Son,bricklayers,  3  St.Genevieve  street. 

Burchill,  Christopher,  carpenter,  21  St.  George  street. 

Burgess,  Mrs.  M.,  boarding  house,  61  Craig;  street. 

Burke,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Con- 
stant street. 

Buikc,  Ihoirap,  joiner,  offCampeau  street. 

Buike,  James,  labourer,  34  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

B  irland,  Samuel,  clcrlr,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 

Burland,  Mrs.,  house  corner  Montcalm  and  Dorcheter  sis. 

Barn,T.,  carpenter,  28  St.  Antoine  street. 

Burnell,  Georgo,  stone  cutter.  Busby  lane, near  Craig  street. 

Burnet,  W.,  Blacksmith,  St.  Urbain,  near  Vitre  Street. 

Burnet,  Henry,  cabinetmaker,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 

Burnham,  P.  M.,  blacksmith,  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Burns,  James,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Barns,  Anthony,  butcher,  St.  Alexander,  near  Jure  street. 

Burns,  John,  grocer,  corner  Wellington  and  Dalhousie  streets. 

Burns,  Mrs.,  groeer,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Amherst  sts. 

Burns,  John,  labourer.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Burns,  Charles,  chandler,  St.  George,  near  William  street. 

Burns,  John,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Barns,  Mrs.  A.,  grocery,  Wellington,  near  Prince  street. 

Burns,  John,  shoemaker,  St.  Mary  street,  near  Queen  square. 

Burns,  VVilliam,  painter,  6  Amherst  street. 

B'.irrell,  James  L.,  cabinetmaker,  93  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Burrell,  Mrs  M.,  dress  maker,  93  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Burroughs  (M.  A.  and  A.),  and  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry 
goods,  144  St.  Paul  street. 

Burroughs,  C,  advocate,  144  St.  P.aul  street. 

Burrows,  Thomas,  grocer,  171  St.  Joseph  street. 

fiuit,  Joseph,  cabinet  maker,  Alexander,  near  Jure  srreet. 

Bury,  William,  millwright,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 

Busby,  George,  notary  public,  42  St.  Mary,  house  31  Mont- 
calm street. 

Butler,  William,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street,  New  market. 


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Buxton,  J.)  wines  and  groceries,  6!)  St.  Paul  street.^ 

Byrne,  James,  soap  boiler,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant 
street. 

Byers,  David,  house  mover,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 

Hyers,  William,  house  mover,  off  Craig,  near  Radigonde  st. 

CADIEUX,  George  H.,  notary  public,  204  Notre  Dame  st. 

Cadieux,  Louis,  carter,  21  Voltigeur  street. 

Cadieux,  Louis,  labourer,  head  of  Sanguinet  street. 

Cadotte,  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  62  Visitation  street. 

Cadotte,  Theophile,  leather,  fttc,  Fabrique  street,  house  Dor- 
chester, near  St.  Constant  street. 

Cadotte,  Michel,  carter,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Cadotte,  Benjamin,  trader,  125  St.  Joseph  street. 

Cadotte,  A.,  leather,  125  St.  Joseph  street. 

Cain,  Barney,  cooper,  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Cain,  Mrs.,  house,  121  Craig  street. 

Cain,  Robert,  labourer,  141  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Caithness,  Thomas,  house  90  St.  Hubert  street. 

Caldwell,  George,  gardener,  St.  Catherine,  near  Bleary  st. 

Caldwell,  Edward,  shoemaker,  16  Campeau  street. 

Calette,  James,  labourer,  18  Adolphus  street. 

Callaghan,  Michael,  labourer,  George,  near  William  street. 

Calm,  Thomas,  tailor,  Berthelet  near  Bleury  street. 

Calvin,  Michael,  carter,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Calvert,  James,  foundryman,  44  Bleury  street. 

Camand,  Etienne,  3  Acqueduct  street. 

Cameron,  Archibald,  labourer,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 

Cameron,  John,  broker,  24  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Cameron,  Allan,  boarding  house  204  St.  Paul  street. 

Cameron,  James,  grocery  and  tavern,  13  St.  Dominique  st. 

Cameron,  David,  storeman,  St.  Maurice,  near  Irispector  st. 

Camette,  Fabicn,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Camette,  Joseph,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Campbell,  Colonel,  R.  A.,  6  Notre  Dame  street. 

Campbell,  George,  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  45  St.  James  street. 

Campbell,  Dr.  C.  A.,  house,  23  Little  St.  James  street, 

Campbell,  Robert,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods,  145  Notre 
Dame  street^  house  92  Bleury  street. 


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Campbell,  Colin,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 

Campbell,  Rollo,  printer.  Place  d'Armes  hill. 

Campbell,  F.,  labourer,  13  Campeau  street. 

Campbell,  James,  tailor,  Hermine  street. 

Campbell,  Hugh,  labourer,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 

Campbell,  Mathevtr,  house  24  Bonayenture  street. 

Campbell,  Miss,  school,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 

Campbell,  Robert,  ship  carpenter,  Bonaventure,  near  St.  Mar- 
garet street. 

Campbell,  John,  tailor,  38  Inspector  street. 

Campbell,  Archibald,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 

Campbell,  James,  tobacconist,  49  St.  Mary  street. 

Campbell,  Mrs.,  washing,  81  St.  Lrbain  street. 

Campeau,  Joseph,  baker,  off  St.  Denis  street. 

Campeau,  Paul,  baker,  Maria's  lane,  near  German  street. 

Campion,  Francis,  clerk,  70  Bonaventure  street. 

Cain,  F.,  tailor,  64  Sanguinet  street. 

Cane,  M<Farlane  &  Brown,  architects,  5  St.  Frangois  Xavier 
street. 

Canell,  Edward,  grocer.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Cantin,  Louis,  tavern,  corner  Lagauchetidre  and  St.  Eliza- 
beth streets. 

Cantin,  A.,  ship  builder,  Prince,  near  Common  street. 

Cantweli,  Richard,  storeman.  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Cantwell,  P.  A.,  labourer.  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Cardinal,  Joseph,  house  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Guy  streets. 

Cardinal,  Mrs.,  house  16  Montcalm  street. 

Cardinal,  A.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Carireau,  Joseph,  butcher,  4  Wolfe  street. 

Carlin,  Thomas,  carpenter.  King,  near  Common  street. 

Carlin,  James,  blacksmith,  22  St.  Lewis  street. 

Carlis,  Robert,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street, 

Carlisle,  Mrs.,  house  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Carlisle,  Frederick,  gilder,  14  St.  Joseph  street. 

Carmichael,  William,  carpenter.  Fortification  lane,  near  St. 
Francois  Xavier  street. 

Carney,  John,  labourar,  Queen,  near  Common  street. 

Caron,  Joseph,  joiner,  80  St.  Hubert  street. 

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Ciirrc,  William,  auctioneer  and  commission  merchant,  19  St. 
•  Francois  Xavicr  street. 

Carrick,  Mrs.  M.,  boaiding  house,  George,  near  Wellington 
street. 

Carrick,  Tienj.,  labourer,  Dalhousic,  near  Wellington  street. 

Carricre,  Charles,  joiner,  17  Adolphus  street. 

Carricrc,  I\,  saddler,  Gain,  above  Mignonne  street, 

Carroll,  Tatiick,  tailor.  Busby  lane. 

Carroll,  W.  13.,  teacher,  Victoria  road. 

Carrol],  Miss,  dressmaker,  176  St.  Joseph  street. 

Carroll,  Uobert,  labourer,  George,  near  William  street. 

Carroll,  James,  milkman,  George,  near  William  street. 

Carson,  Uobert,  labourer,  JShaw,  off  St.  Mary  street. 

Carter,  Dr.  Christopher,  house  81  Craig  street. 

Carter,  (Wm.),  and  Cowan  (Wm.),  ship  chandlers  and  gro- 
cers, wholesale,  206  St.  Paul  street. 

Carter,  Wm.,  house  17  St.  Edward  street. 

Carter,  Moses,  barber,  St.  Francis  Xavier,  near  Commission- 
ers street. 

Cditcr,  Mrs.,  house  70  Bonavenlure  street. 

Cartier,  G.  C,  advocate,  14  St.  Vincent  street. 

Caitier,  D.,  advocate,  14  St.  Vincent  street. 

Carty,  John,  smith,  14  Wolfe  street. 

Cary,  William,  labourer,  63  Sanguinet  street. 

Cary,  Oliver,  labourer,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Casey,  Henry,  dry  goods  and  clothing.  Commissioners  street, 
opposite  St.  Ann's  market. 

Casey,  Thomas,  plasterer,  56  Bleary  street. 

Cashman,  Patrick,  shoemaker,  St.  Marj^,  near  Gain  street* 

Cassidy,  John,  merchant  tailor,  185  Notre  Dame  street. 

Cassidy,  Michael,  mason.  Prince,  near  Common  street. 

Cassldy,  Mark,  gardener,  St.  Hubert,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Cassidy,  John,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 

Caspell,  A.,  trader,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Castle,  C.  H.,  cashier,  City  Bank,  house  6  Sherbrooke  street. 

Caslle,  Mrs.,  house  111  St.  Antoine  street. 

Castle,  James,  house  8  St.  Antoine  street. 

Castonguezj  Frs.,  house  St.  Constant,  near  Migaonne  itreet. 


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Castonguez,  J.  B.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  st. 

Cathcart,  Alex.,  dairymam,  23  Wolfe  street. 

Cati,  F.,  wheelwright,  \i\)  Sanguinet  street. 

Cati,  Louis,  woodyarJ,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Cati,  Mrs.,  house  SangU'net,  near  St.  Catlierine  street. 

Catiere,  Alexander,  tob;^c.:onist,  tiG  Wolfe  street. 

Catlin,  F.,  silversmith,  Visitation,  near  Miijnonne  strret. 

CaufieUl,  William,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  St.  (Jiibriel  st. 

Caufield,  Mrs.,  house  Ilermine  street. 

Caulhers,  Samuel,  l»Iacksniilh,  corner  ^MGill  and  HecoP.et 

streets. 
C<4van,  Edward,  joiner,  1  Gain  street. 
Cavan,  Philip,  plasterer,  ."jO  St.  Andre  street. 
Cavannagh,  Michael,  labourer.  Inspector,  near  55t.  Josepli  st. 
Cavannagh,  Charles,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetierc  near  Wolfe 

street. 
Caverhill,  Mrs.,  house  4G  St.  Mary  street. 
Cawthorn,  Thomas,  cab  driver,  20  Visitation  strccl. 
Chabot,  Edward,  shoemaker,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Daminique 

street. 
Chaffe,  Joseph,  house  head  of  German  street. 
Chalifoux,  Mrs.,  house  192  Notre  Dame  street. 
Chalifoux,  L.,  bootmaker,  150  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Chalifoux,  Joseph,  labourer,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Chalut,  Frs.,  baker.  College,  near  Duprc  lane. 
Chamberlain,  Charles,  clerk,  Dorchester,  near  Philip  street. 
Chamberlain,  J.  and  H.,  Commercial  hotel,  opposite  Custom 

house,  St.  Paul  street. 
Chambers,  Joseph,  labourer,  59  Amherst  street. 
Chambers,  Miss,  seamstress,  59  Amherst  street. 
Chambers,  Thos.,  shoemaker,  16  Bleury  street. 
Chambers,  Alexander,  house  135  Sanguinet  street. 
Chambers,  John,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  George 

street. 
Champeau,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  73  Sanguinet  street. 
Champeau,  F.,  shoemaker,  116  St.  Antoine  street. 
Champeau,  Baptiste,  carpenter,  26  St.  Antoine  street. 
Champeau,  Antoine,  blacksmith,  82  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Champlain  and  St.  Lawrence  Rail-road  office,  60  Commis- 
sioner street. 

Chandler,  Edmond,  house  50  St.  Constant  street. 

Chandler,  Misses,  house  8  St.  John  street. 

Chapleau  &  Lamothe,  book  binders,  St.  There&e  street. 

Chapleau,  A.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  Montcalm  street. 

Chapleau,  S.,  house  73  Sanguinet  street. 

Chapleau,  Joseph,  carter,  Lagauchetierc,  near  Tolentin  street . 

Chapman,  James,  carter,  Daihousie,  near  William  street. 

Chaput,  Solomon,  dry  goods,  112  St.  Paul  street,  house  Voi- 
tigeur,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Chaput,  L.,  grocery  and  tavern.  Commissioners  street,  oppo- 
site St.  Ann's  market. 
Chaput,  Mrs,,  house  54  Panet  street. 
Chaquet,  John,  shoemaker,  corner  St.  Alexander  and  St.  Ed- 
ward streets, 
Chaquet,  J.  B.,  bootmaker,  32  St.  Joseph  street. 
Chaquet,  E.,  miller,  132  St.  Mary  street. 
Charbonneau,  Joseph,  house  130  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Charbonneau,  D.,  grocer,  Vallee,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Charbonneau,  Joseph,  carter,  24  Visitation  street. 
Charbonneau,  C,  stone  cutter,  73  Visitation  street. 
Charbonneau,  Charles,  joiner,  23  Tolentin  street. 
Charbonneau,  Louis,  tavern,  20  St.  Joseph  street. 
Charbonneau,  D.,  carter,  6  Mountain  street. 
Charbonneau,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  62  St.  Denis  street. 
Charbonneau,  Joseph,  waterman,  St.  Catherine,  near  St, 

Charles  Borromee  street. 
Charbonneau,  Joseph,  coachmaker,  Easton  lane. 
Charbonneau,  A.,  carter,  65  St.  Maurice  street. 
Charbonneau,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  2  Great  St.  James  street. 
Charbonneau,  Mrs.,  grocer,  132  St..  Lawrence  street* 
Charbonneau,  Joseph,  carter,  136  St.  Joseph  street.. 
Charbonneau,  Mrs.,  house  61  St.  Paul  street. 
Charbonneau^  F.  X.,  tavern.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Charland,  Charles,  carpenter,  11  St.  Margaret  street. 
Charland,  F.,  shoemaker,  Sanguinet,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Charkbois,  Edward,. cart  maker,  89  Bonaventure  street. 


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Cbarlebols,  P.,  trader,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Hubert  stret^t. 

Charlebois,  Mrs.,  house  95  St.  Joseph  street. 

Charlebois,  Dr.,  house  17  St.  Joseph  street. 

Charlebois,  Leon,  tavern,  and  grocer,  46  St.  Joseph  stre«t. 

Charlebois,  Isidore,  cart  maker,  87  Bonaventure  street. 

Charest,  A.,  smith,  St.  Catherine,  near  Brock  street. 

Charles  &  Valentine,  Misses,  boarding  house,  head  of  Cote 
street. 

Charles,  S.  M.  T.,  painter  and  glazier,  6  St,  James  street,  and 
39  St.  Lawrence  street, 

Charles,  Edvj'ard,  advocate,  25  Little  St.  James  street,  house 
Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Charles,  Mr?,,  house  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Charpentier,  F.,  clerk.  Visitation,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Charpentier,  J.  B.,  carter,  Devennie  street. 

Charrette,  Olivier,  stone  cutter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Ur- 
bain  street. 

CharierF,  James,  butcher,  12  Bonaventure  street. 

Chartrand,  J.  B.,  joiner,  off  St,  Denis  street. 

Chartrand,  Joseph,  joiner,  off  St.  Denis  street. 
Chartrand,  Paul,  joiner,  Panet,  near  St,  Catherine  street. 
Chartrand,  J.  B.,  sexton,  49  Panet  street. 
Chase,  J.  C,  stable  and  stage  yard,  Dalhousie,  near  Welling- 
ton street. 
Chasse,  P.,  shoe  store,  113  St.  Paul  street. 
Chasse,  Frs.,  shoemaker,  head  of  German  street. 
Chasse,  Narcisse,  carpenter,  German,  above  Mignonne  street. 
Chasse,  Eli,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Chause,  F.,  joiner,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Chause,  N.,  shoemaker,  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Chause,  Alexander,  joiner,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Chayer,  Benj,,  shoes,  &c.,  Amable  lane. 
Chelein,  Pierre,  blacksmith,  30  Inspector  street. 
Chemp,  Wm.,  gardener,  head  of  St.  Margaret  street. 
Chenier,  Mrs.,  house,  96  St.  Joseph  street. 
Chenneville,  Frs.,  mason,  58  Panet  street. 
Cherrier  and  Dorion,  advocates, 22  St.  Vincent  streeto. 


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Cberrter,  C.  S.,  advocate,  hoase  St.Deni?,  near  Viger  market. 

Cherrier,  Toussaint,  masician,  84  St.  Denis  street. 

Cherrier,  A.  K.,  advocate,  2  Little   St.  James  street,  house 
St.  Antoine  street. 

Cherrier,  G.  H.,  student  of  medicine,  house  St.  Antoine  st. 

Clierrier,  T.,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Cherry,  Joseph,  tanner,  84  Amherst  street. 

Cherry,  M.,  cooper,  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  street. 

Chester,  John,  bricklayer,  7  German  street* 

Chcte,  Leon,  joiner,  14  Amherst  street. 

Chete,  Joseph,  T.,  shoemaker,  off"  St.  Denis  street. 

Chevallier,  R.  C,  merchant  tailor,  1  St.  Vincent  street. 

Chevallier,  J.,  house  16  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Chevallier,  Gideon,  joiner,  4  Wolfe  street. 

Chevallier,  Joseph,  tavern,  opposite  Viger  market. 

Chevallier,  Edward,  house  opposite  St.  Lawrence  market. 

Chew,  Abraham,  painter,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  sticet- 

Chicone,  Pierre,  house  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Chicone,  Mrs.  P.,  house  23  Chabellois  street. 

Chievton,  James,  smith,  16  St.  George  street. 

Childs,  John, tailor,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Chilton,  Henry,  labourer,  46  Amherst  street. 

Chisholm,  William,  house  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Chisholm,  Morrison  &  M^Kenzie,  carpenters  50  Charles  6or- 
romee  street. 

Chisholm,  Alexander,  clerk,  Edward  lane. 

Chisholm,  L.,  house  Sf.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 

Chisholm,  Mrs.,  house  Busby  lane,  off*  Craig  street. 

Chisholm,  Miss  C,  ladies'  school,  107  Craig  street. 

Chisholm,  Henry,  carpenter,  26  St.  George  street. 

Christie,  William,  tallow  chandler,  18  Tolentin  street. 

Christie,  Mrs.,  house  48  Visitation  street* 
Christie,  Joseph,  clerk,  27  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Christophe,  Mr.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andr^  street. 
Church,  Robert,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Domi- 
nique street. 
Ciiley,  J.    L.,  auctioneer  and  commiflgion  merchant,  182 
Notre  Dame,  house  32  St.  Antoine  street. 


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Cilley,  Mrs.,  school,  Wellington,  near  Prince  street. 

Cinq  Mars,  Frs.,  printer,  St.  Amable  lane. 

City  Surveyor,!.  Ostell, office  City  Hall,  Notre  Dame  street. 

Claffy,  James,  labourer,  64  Bleury  street. 

Clamp  Benjamin,  grocery  and  tavern,  24  St.  Mary  street. 

Clancy,  William,  labourer,  25  Mountain  street. 

Clapham,  J.,  dry  gouds,  corner  Bleury  and  Jure  streets, 

Clark,  William,  labourer,  Brickfields  Griffintown. 

Clark,  Z.  B.,  lumber  yard,  corner  Wellington  and  King  sts. 

Clark,  Mrs.  Col.,  house  9  St.  Joseph  street. 

Clark,  John,  joiner,  off  Campeau  street. 

Clarke,  James,  gardener,  Guy,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Clarke,  William,  auctioneer,  St.  Joseph, near  St.  Paul  street, 
house  83  Craig  street. 

Clarke,  James,  mast,  pump,  and  block  maker,  St.  Charles 
Borromei?,  near  Dorchester  street,  and  Common,  corner 
Port  streets. 

Claike,  W.  R.,  shipping  and  land  agent,  Custom  House 

square. 
Clarke  &  Co.,  leather  dealers.  Custom  House  square. 

Clarke,  James,  lemon  syrup  maker,  14  St.  Bernard  street. 

Clarke,  Edward,  hatter,  159  Craig  street. 

Clarke,  Mrs.,  house  head  of  St.  L..wrence  street. 

Clarke,  Thomas,  128  St.  Mary  street. 

Clarke,  James,  baker,  St,  Mary  street,  below  the  Jail. 

Clarke,  George,  chairmaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  George 

street. 
Clarke,  William  E.,  56  St.  Dominique  street. 
Clarke,  F.  C,  painter  and  paper  hanger,  St.  Alexander,  near 

Jure  street. 
Clarke,  W.,  baker  and  grocer,  78  St.  Mary  street. 

Clarke,  William,  labourer,  49  Water  street* 
Clarkin,  Mathew,  tailor,  91  St.  Constant  street. 
Clavelle,  E.,  carpenter,  91  St.  Dominique  street. 
Clavelie,  Paul,  mason.,  134  St.  Dominique  street, 
Clavelle,  G.,  mason,  84  St.  Hubert  street. 
Clay,  Richard,  joiner,  13  St.  Maurice  street. 
Cleghorn,  Mrs.  E.,  boarding  house^  1  Craig  stieet. 


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Clement,  Louis,  sen.,  house  50  Panet,  street. 

Clement,  Louis,  jun.,  butcher,  50  Panet  street.     . 

Clement,  Amable,  joiner,  70  St.  Antoine  street. 

Clement,  Joseph,  carter,  7  St.  Maurice  street, 

Clement,  A.,  joiner,  28  Chabellois  street. 

Clement,  Edward,  N.  P.,  205  Notre  Dame  street. 

Clement,  Xavier,  roofer,  50  Montcalm  street. 

Clendinen,  James,  tavern,  140  St.  Mary  street. 

eleven,  L.,  cooper,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Cliff,  John,  contractor,  Wellington,  near  Grey  Nun  street. 

Clifford,  W.  H.  &  S.,  hair  dressers,  9  M'Gill  street,  house  5 
St.  Genevieve  street. 

Clifford,  John,  labourer,  80  St.  Mary  street. 

Clifford,  Mrs.  A.,  house  80  St.  Mary  street. 

Close,  Bernard,  brass  founder,  43  Craig  street. 

Clough,  William,  gardener,  Guy,  near  St.  Antoine  st. 

Clouthier,  John  S.,  N.  P.,  27  Sanguinet  street. 

Coates,  Mrs.  W.,  house  37  Sanguinet  street. 

Coates,  Mrs.  S.,  school  164  St.  Joseph  street. 

Cochrane,  James,  contractor,  24  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Coffee,  Mrs.  R.,  widow.  Prince,  near  Common  street. 

Coffin,  Wm.  F.J  Sheriff,  house  21  Great  St.  James  street. 

Cohnle,  E.,  tavern,  Fabrique,  near  Notre  Dame  street. 

Colburn,  E.  E.,  flour  and  commission  merchant,  corner  Com- 
missioner street  and  Custom  House  square,  house  Prince, 
near  William  street. 

Colburn,  Thomas  C,  wood  merchant,  Nazareth,  near  Wil- 
liam street. 

Cole,  Mrs.,  confectionery,  49  Sanguinet  street. 

Cole,  Thomas,  trader,  Devienne,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Colledge,  James,  labourer,  58  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Coleman,  Major,  house  St.  Hubert,  above  St.  Catherine  st. 

Colquhoun  &  M^Crone,  joiners,  13  St.  Peter  street. 

Collard,  Etienne,  sawmaker,  80  Bonaventure  street. 

Collet,  Eustace,  carter,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Collet,  M.,  dry  goods,  107  and  122  St.  Paul  street. 

Collin,  Francois,  blacksmith,  corner  Craig  and  St.  Dominique 
streets,  house  125  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Collins,  C,  carver  and  cabinetmaker,  corner  Craig  and  Bleory 

streets. 
Collins,  George,  tailor,  corner  St.  Dominique  and  Dorchester 

streets. 
Collins,  Pierre,  waterman,  Amherst,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
CoUis,  Ross  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  28  St.  Francois  Xa- 

vier  street. 
CoIIisan,  John,  joiner,  Ilermine  street. 
Colt,  \V.  H.,  teacher,  St.  Henry,  near  College  street, 
Colthurst,  George,  C.  E.,  government  clerk,  corner  St.  Jo- 
seph and  Guy  streets. 
Commander  of  the  Forces,  oflice  Dalhouse  square. 
Commercial  Bank  of  Midland  Distiicl,  11  Great  St.  James 

street. 
Commett,  Fablen,  grocer,  137  Sanguinet  street. 
Commissariat  Office,  53  Notre  Dame  street. 
Comt?,  Pierre,  timber  merchant,  52  St.  George  street. 
Comte,  Louis,  timber  merchant,  50  St.  George  street. 
Cemle,  Benjamin,  timber  merchant,  50  St.  George  street. 
Conlan,  Andrew,  merchant  tailor,  26  St.  Francis  Xavier  st. 
Conley,  John,  storeman,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Conley,  William,  labourer,  26  St.  Joseph  street. 
Connell,  James,  and  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods,  130 

and  133  Notre  Dame  street. 
Connell,  James,  house  209  St.  Joseph  street. 
Conncll,  Andrew,  paper  ruler  and  bookbinder,  169  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Connell,  John,  tailor,  Lagauchetiore  street,  near  Victoria 

road. 
Connc'll,  James,  Jr.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  6  Nun's  buildings, 

St.  Joseph  street,  house  Vitre  street. 
Conniff,  John,  house  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Connolly,  William,  house  Sherbroke,  near  the  head  of  St. 

Andre  street. 
Connolly,  Robert,  blacksmith,  21  Victoria  road. 
Connolly,  Patrick,  currier,  St.  Bernard  street. 
Connolly,  Thomas,  furrier,^  George,  near  William  street. 
Connolly,  Michael,  labourer  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 


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Connolly,  Edward  Bricklayer,  Edward  lane. 

Connolly,  Mrs.,  house  39  St.  Anloine  street. 

Connolly,  P.,  carter,  6  Visitation  street. 

Connor,  Thomas,  messenger,  36  Wolfe  street. 

Connor,  William,  labourer,  Ualhousie,  near  William  street. 

Connor,  Frs.,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  strret. 

Conroy,  John,  carpenter,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Conroy,  Thomas,  labourer,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 

Constantineau,  Joseph,  sen.,  house  St.  Marijaret,  near  St. 

Antoine  street. 
Constantineau,  Joseph,  jun.,  house  St.  Marijaret,  near  St. 

Antoine  street. 
Contantj  J.  B.,  carter,  52  Panet  street. 
Contant,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  42  St.  Mary  street. 
Content,  Narcisse,  temperance  house,  96  St.  Mary  street. 
Contant,  F.,  tavern,  112  St.  Mury  street. 
Contant,  N.,  shoemaker,  Wolfe  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Contant,  L  ,  cooper,  Brock,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Contin,  Mrs.,  house  50  St.  Mary  street. 
Contoit,  Oliver,  stage  man,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Contoit,  F.,  shoemaker,  60  Amherst  street. 
Contoit,  Leon,  cooper,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
Converse,  J.  A.,  &  Co.,  rope  walk,  St.  Helen,  near  St.  Mary 

street. 
Conway,  David,  grocer,  corner  Prince  and  Gabriel  streets. 
Conway,  Thomas,  grocer,  67  Sanguinet  street. 
Conway,  James,  grocer,  28  St.  George  street. 
Conworthy,  James,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Campeaii 

street. 
Cook,  Miss,  dressmaker,  56  St,  Antoine  street. 
Cooke,  Robert,  boots,  shoes,and  leather,  185  St.  Paul  street, 

house  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Cooke,  Edgar,  black  and  white  smith,  15  St.  Joseph  street. 
Cooke,  James,  labourer,  100  St.  Dominique  street. 
Cooke,  Mrs.,  house  Wellington,  near  King  street. 
Cool,  James,  engine  builder,  17  St.  Mary  street, 
Cooney,  Rev.  R.,  Methodist,  44  St.  Lewis  street. 
Cooney,  James,  labourer,  55  St.  DominiquG  street. 


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Cooper,  James,  grocer,  74  St.  Denis  street. 

Cooper,  Charles,  tavern,  36  St.  Mary  street. 

Cooper,  Peter,  clerk,  118  Bleury  street. 

Cooper,  P.  W.,  post  office  clerk,  4  Charles  Borrome*  street. 

Corbeille,  J.  B.,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Corbeille,  Casimer,  carter,  27  Wolfe  street. 

Corbeille,  Edward,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  Montcalm  st. 

Corbeille,  Francis,  carpenter.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Corbeille,  Joseph,  butcher,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonne  st. 

Corbeille,  Paul,  tavern,  109  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Cotbeille,  F.,  mason,  143  St.  Constant  street. 

Corbeille,  F.,  sawyer,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Corbin,  Narcisse,  carriage  maker,  40  St.  Lewis  street. 

Corbin,  G.,  house  Prince,  near  William  street. 

Corbitt,  William,  shoemaker,  George,  near  William  street. 

Corcoran,  A.,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere  street,  near  Victoria 
road. 

Corcoran,  John,  printer,  3  St.  Peter  street. 

Corcoran,  John,  cabman,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  German 
streets. 

Corcoran,  Hugh,  labourer,  Roy  lane. 

Cordner,  Rev.  Mr.,  Unitarian,  at  Mr.  White's,  93  Craig  st. 

Cormack,  W.  C,  house  2  St.  Andre  street. 

Cormier,  Charles,  clerk,  71  St.  Mary  street. 

Corn,  Henry,  labourer,  42  Salaberry  street. 

Corner,  M.,  painter,  36  St.  Ignace  street. 

Cornier,  Joseph,  saddler,  12  Mountain  street. 

Coron,  Pierre,  grocer,  62  Bonaventure  street. 

Coron,  Nicholas,  joiner,  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Coron,  Antoine,  joiner,  82  Mountain  street.* 

Coron,  F.  sen.,  tailor,  13  Francis  de  Sale  street. 

Coroner  of  the  District,  Jjseph  Jones,  office  City  Bank  build- 
ings, St.  Paul  street. 

Corr,  Hugh,  labourer,  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

Corr,  Mrs.,  house  22  St.  George  street. 

Correstine,  George,  boatman,  18  Inspector  street. 

Correstine,  John,  carpenter,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 

Corrigan,  Benjamin,  dairy  man,  Dalhousie,  near  Willi&m  it. 


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Corse,  H.,  bouse  Grey  Nun,  near  William  street. 

Corse,  R.,  house  Grey  Nun,  near  William  street. 

Corse,  N.  B.,  house  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Corse,  R.  &  H.,  paint,  oil,  and  glass,  f205  St.  Paul  street. 

Corser,  Joseph,  labourer,  28  Adolphus  street. 

Cosgrove,  Daniel,  house  43  Visitation  street. 

Cosgrove,  William,  lumberer,  12  St.  Charles  Borromee  st. 

Costigan,  William,  blacksmith,  Wellington  near  Nazareth 

street. 
Cote,  Mrs.,  house  37  Tolentin  street. 
Cote,  Joseph,  tavern.  Hay  Market  square. 
Cote,  Octave,  carpenter,  St.  Dominique,  near  Mignonne  st. 
Cote,  Charles,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  German  street. 
Cote,  Pierre,  steamboat  captain,  19  Campeau  street. 
Cotterell,  D.,  merchant  tailor,  17  M'Gill  street. 
Cottillard,  Mrs.,  house  14  Amherst  street. 
Couch,  W.,  grocer,  73  St.  Urbain  street. 
Coughtree,  Mrs.,  house  47  Mountain  street. 
Cof'illard,  A.,  cleik,  170  St.  Paul  street. 
Coulter,  Samuel,  labourer,  Durham,  near  Lagauchetidre  st. 
Coulquhoun,  H.,  carpenter,  Hermine  street.  ^-^ 

Coulson,  Francis,  clerk,  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Couper,  Miss,  milliner,  15  St.  Joseph  street. 
Conrsql,  L.,  painter,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Coursol,  Charles  J.,  advocate,  corner  St.  Vincent  and   St, 

Therese  streets. 
Coursol,  John,  joiner,  66  Visitation  street. 
Coursol,  Joseph,  tanner,  64  Visitation  street. 
Court,  James,  accountant  and  land  agent,  61  Commissioners 
street,  facing  steamboat  wharf,  house  82  St.  Antoine  st. 
Courtemarche,  Antoine,  police,  3  Barclay  street, 
Couftemarche,  Abraham,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  Bieury 

street. 
Courvalle,  P.,  labourer,  lane  off  Montcalm  street. 
Courville,  M.,  wood  yard,  42  St.  Mauriv'.e  street. 
Courville,  Benjamin,  shoemaker,  44  Panet  street. 
Courville,  Joseph,  wood  yard,  St.  Maurice^  near  Dupre  lane. 
Coftiture,  Mrs.,  house  2  St.  John  street. 


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Cousineau^  J.  B.,  labourer,  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Cousineau,  Mrs.,  grocer,  5  Mountain  street. 

Couturier,  Bartholomew,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

Couvrette,  Mrs.  B.,  house  3S  Salaberry  street. 

Couvrette,  Charles,  boatman,  3  Mountain  street. 

Couvillon,  Charles,  cleik,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Mi- 
gnonne  street. 

Couvillon,  P.,  labourer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Panet  street. 

Couvillon,  Francis,  carter,  corner  Dorchester  and  Wolfe  sts. 

Cowan,  Andrew,  &  Co.,  (h*  P.  Cowan,)  wholesale  and  retail 
grocers,  corner  M'Gill  and  St.  Maurice  streets. 

Cowan,  William,  house,  206  St,  Paul  street. 

Cowan,  William,  foundryman.  Queen  square,  near  S(.  Mary 

street. 
Cowan,  James  P.,  house  11  St.  Genevieve  street. 

Cowan,  Hugh,  labourer,  Shaw,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Coward,  M.,  soap  maker,  75  St.  Urbain  street. 

Cowley,  Edward,  mason,  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  street. 

Cox,  James,  house  38  St.  Dominique  street. 

Coxworthy,  F.  T,,  Commissariat  office,  Notre  Dame  street. 

Coyle,  David,  house  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Coyle,  D.,  &  Sculthrop,  J.,  general  merchants,  59  Commis- 
sioners street. 

Crabtree,  James,  stage  driver,  Dalhousie,  near  We]lin"-ton 
street. 

Cragan,  M.,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Craggs,  R.,  merchant  tailor,  189  Notre  Dame  street. 
Craig,  Thomas,  weaver,  St.  Joseph  street;  near  the  Canal. 
Craig,  John,  grocer,  27  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Craig,  Mrs.,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  Visitation  street. 
Craig,  Hugh,  sail  maker,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
Craig,  James,  cabinetmaker,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Craikland,  William,  labourer,  23  Mountain  street. 
Crane,  John,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
Crane,  Robert,  storeman,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Crathern,  Mrs.  E.,  house  63  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Craven,  Michael,  labourer,  George,  netir  William  street, 


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Cravrford,  James,  M.  D.,  28  Little  St.  James  street. 

Crawford,  W.  N.,  notary  public,  29  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Crawford,  G.,  house  head  of  Mountain  street. 

Crawley,  Joseph,  storeman,  11  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Crechier,  F.,  painter.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Creelman,  William,  &  Co.,  commission  merchants,  61  Com- 
missioners street. 

Creelman,  John,  hoards  at  Mrs.  Steel's,  Queen  street. 

Crehen,  Charles,  labourer,  26  St.  Dominique  street. 

Crehen,  Charles,  jun.,  artist,  26  St.  Dominique  street. 

Creighton,  Peter,  carpenter,  Hermine  street. 

Crerar,  D.  W.,  confectioner,  139  Notre  Dame  street. 

Crerar,  D.  W.,  coach  factory,  5  Chenneville  street. 

Crerar,  John,  teacher  of  dancing,  painting,  &c.,7  KecoUet  st. 

Cretien,  Francis,  shoemaker,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Crepeau,  Joseph,  mason,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Crevier,  Oliver,  carter,  Cemetery,  near  Bonaventure  street. 

Crevier,  Francis,  joiner,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Crevier,  Tous  aint,  tanner,  126  St.  Joseph  street. 

Crevier,  James,  carter,  head  of  German  street. 

Creyk,  James,  watchmaker,  232  St.  Paul  street. 

Crochetier,  S.,  joiner,  13  Cemetery  street. 

Crofts,  Rev.  H,  O.,  Methodist  New  Connexion,  off  No.  8 
Mountain  street. 

Crooks,  John,  floqr  mills,  Common  street,  near  Canal  fiasin^ 

Crooks,  Mrs.  A.,  house  117  St.  Constant  street. 

Cronan,  Patrick,  cooper,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

Cropley,  Miss  Lydia,  confectioner  and  tavern,  8  St.  Francois 
Xavier  street. 

Crosby,  Charles,  waiter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 

Crosin,  Peter,  blacksmith,  William,  near  Murray  street. 

Cross,  Alexander,  advocate,  33  Little  St.  James  street, 

Cross,  William,  brewer,  63  St.  Joseph  street. 

Crow,  Thomas,  labourer.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Crolly,  David,  butcher,  8  Voltigeur  street. 

Crowe,  B«,  cbair  maker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 

Crowley,  William,  Polisher,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  st. 

Crozier,  Robert,  laboifrer,  {^agauchetiere,  near  Fanet  street. 


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Crummenauer,  N.  D.,  fancy  soaps,  College,  near  St.  Henry  st. 
Cruteau,  Andre,  shoemaker,  Chabellois  street. 
Ciutchlow,  John,  tavern,  13  St.  Paul  street. 
Cudberthson,  George,  carpenter.  Queen,  near  Common  street. 
Cuddy,  Patrick,  grocer,  131  St.  Mary  street. 
Cullen,  William,  butcher,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Cullen  &  Pracy,  blacksmiths,  M<Gill,near  St.  Maurice  st. 
Camming,  W.  B.,  and  Galbraith,  R.,  wholesale  dry  goods, 

1210  St.  Paul  street. 
Cummingr,  W.  B.,  boards  at  Exchange  Hotel. 
Camming,  Francis,  Mansion  House,  College,  near  M'Gill  st. 
Cunningham  &  Way,  general  merchants,  St.  Joseph,  near 

St.  Paul  street. 
Cunningham,  Alexander,  joiner,  corner  Alexander    and  St. 

Germain  atreets. 
Cunningham,  P.,  dry  goods,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur 

street. 
Cunningham,  Mrs.,  washing,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester 

street. 
Cunningham,  John,  grocer,  Lagauchetiere,  corner  St.  George 

street. 
Cunniff,  Thomas,  labourer,  St.  Henry,  near  College  street. 
CuDniff',  Denis,  carpenter.  Queen,  near  William  street. 
Ciippige,  W.  A.,  house  College,  near  Inspector. 
Curragan,  Patrick,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Visitation  st. 
Curley,  James,  boots  and  shoes,  93  Notre  Dame  street. 
Curran,  William,  grocer,  36  Bleury  street. 
Curran,  C.  &  J.,  horseshoers,M«Gill  street,  near  Eagle  Hotel. 
Curran,  John,  house  21  St*  Maurice  street. 
Curran,  Charles,  house  21  St.  Maurice  street. 
Cashing,  Dr.  F.,  bouse  Craig,  near  Radigonde  street. 
Cushing,  Job,  wholesale  grocer,  St.  Nicholas  street,  house  13 

Chenneville  street. 
Cushing,  Mrs.  E.,  house  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 
Cushing,  H.  R.,  lumber  merchant,  Grey  Nun  street,  house  22 

St.  Antoine  street. 
Cuson,  M.,  voyageur,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Cuson,  J.  B.,  labourer,  37  Visitation  street. 


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Cuson^  F.y  laboureri  4  Visitation  street. 
Cuson,  Joseph,  carter,  130  Sanguinet  street. 
Cuson,  Antoine,  carter,  128  Sanguinet  street, 
('ussans,  H.,  smith,  King,  near  William  street. 
Cuthberlson,  James,  importer  of  dry  goods,  8  St.  Sacrament 
street. 

Culler,  James,  trader,  coiner  Brock  and  Dorchester  streets. 

Cutts,  Thomas,  boarding  house,  138  St.  Miry  street. 

Cnvillicr  k  Sons,  auctioneers  and  commission  merchants,  St. 
Sacrament  street. 

Cuviliier,  Hon.  A.,  house  Cote  ii  Baron. 

Cuviilier,  John,  house  Cote  a  Baron. 

Cuviliier,  A.,  jun.,  house  Little  St.  James  street. 

Cyphiot,  S.,  baker,  127  St.  Mary  street. 

DACK,  David,  plasterer,  Hermine  street. 

Dagg,  James,  oil  maker,  230  St.  Joseph  street. 

Daily,  John  G.,  cabinetmaker,  11  St.  Germain  street. 

Daily,  William,  labourer,  19  Amherst  street.     . 

Dajenai,  R.,  painter,  60  Bonaventure  street. 

Daly,  John,  clerk,  45  St.  Maurice  street, 

Daly,  Hon.  D.,  house 

Dalbco,  J.  B.,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Adolphus  street. 

Dalton,  John,  barrack  Serjeant,  36  Campeau  street. 

Damour,  Mrs.,  house  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Damour,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  128  St.  Charles  Borromce  st. 

Damour,  Pierre,  shoemaker,  167  St.  Constant  street. 

Damour,  Pierre,  47  Water  street. 

Dangcrfteld,  William,  bootmaker^  12  St,  Mary  street,  house 
31  Campeau  street. 

Darn,  John,  house  St.  Margaret,  near  St.  Antoine  street, 

Dann,  William,  sen.,  shoemaker,  William,  near  Kempt  st. 

Dann,  William,  jun.,  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  George 
street. 

Darragh,  Hugh,  tavern,  corner  St.  Francois  Xavier  and  Com- 
missioners street. 

Darling,  Wm.,  commission  merchant.  Commissioners  street. 

Dannies,  J.  B.,  house  39  St.  Joseph  street. 

Dannies,  Alexander,  carter,  39  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Daunies,  J.  S.,  shoemaker,  17  St.  I^ace  street. 
Ddunait,  Oliver,  house  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Dauphin,  Charles,  carrer,  Montcalm,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 
Davenport,  Mr.,  house  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 
David,  M.  S.,  advocate,  31  Little  St.  James  street,  house 

170  Notre  Dame  Street. 
David,  T.,  painter,  128  St.  Joseph  street. 
David,  S.,  painter,  opposite  St.  Lawrence  Market. 
David,  Amable,  joiner,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  street. 
David,  Mrs.  L.,  house  35  Panel  street. 
Davidson,  D.,  at  the  Bank  of  British  North  America,  Great 

St.  James  street. 
Davis,  Nelson,  leather  manufactory,  172  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Davis,  James,  house  42  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Davis,  Moses,  furrier,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Davis,  H.,  polisher,  4  Vallee  street. 
Davis,  Mrs.  H.,  dry  goods,  8U  St.  Mary  street. 
Davis,  John,  coach  trimmer,  19  Cote  street. 
Davis,  Miss  A.  J.,  milliner,  44  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Davis,  John,  shoemaker,  44  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Davis,  Mrs.  Ann,  near  William  street. 
Davis,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  17  Mountain  street. 
Davis,  John,  labourer,  50  St.  Joseph  street. 
Davison,  Isaac,  jeweller,  52  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Davison,  William,  labourer,  69  St.  Dominique  street. 
Davy,  Robert,  stevedore,  St.  Maurice,  near  St.  Henry  st. 
Davy,  Robert,  clerk,  George,  near  Wellington  street. 
Davy,  Alexander,  joiner,  20  St.  Genevidve  street. 
Dawson,  Thomas,  labourer,  St.  Maurice,  near  St.  Henry  si. 
Dawson,  Walter,  distiller,  Colborne,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Day,  Hon.  C.  D.,  house  Victoria  road,  near  St.  Catherine  s(. 
Day,  J.  J.,  advocate,  90  Notre  Dame  street. 
Day,  Thomas,  butcher,  30  Montcalm  street. 
Dean,  William,  34  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Dean,  Nicholas,  butcher,  St.  Catherine,  near  Amherst  street. 
Dean,  William,  23  Little  St.  James  street. 
Dean,  John,  smith,  27  St.  Maurice  street. 
Dean,  Dayid;^  turner^  42  Bleury  street. 

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D  e  Bleurj',  Hon.  C.  C.  S.,  advocate,  house  and  office  42Craig 
street. 

De  Butts,  Mr.,  engineer  dtpaitment,  16  Tolentin  street. 

De  Bellefeuille,  J.L.  Notary  Public,  2  Little  St.  James  street, 
house  Bonaventure  street. 

Decareau,  Francis,  mason,  55  Visitation  street. 

Decariie,  Louis,  carpenter,  175  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Decarrie,Toussaint,  carpenter,  Mountain,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 

Decarrie,  Joseph,  mason,  10  Panet  street. 

Decarrie,  Jean,  carpenter,  114  St.  Anloine  street. 

Decarrie,  Henry,  carpenter,  114  St.  Antoine  street. 

Dechantel,  Louis,  house  6  St.  Urbain  street. 

Dechatlais,  P.,  carter,  88  Sanguinet  street. 

Dechene,  J.  B.,  grocer,  corner  Sanguinet  and  St.  Catherine 
streets. 

Occousse,  P.  B.,  merchant  tailor,  corner  Little  St.  James  and 
Place  d'Armes  hill. 

Dednan,  Thomas,  tinsmith,  I  Lemoine,  house  13  Bleury  st. 

Peegan,  —  house  50  Sanguinet  street. 

Deering,  William,  boot  and  shoemaker,  112  Notre  Dame 
stieet,  house  corner  of  Jure  and  Bleury  streets. 

Dcigan,  L.,  labourer,  58  Bleury  street. 

Deford,  Joseph,  labourer,  90  St.  Constant  street. 

Dcignan,  Bernard,  storeman,  Hermine  street. 

Dejardin,  Andre,  carter,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Catheiine  street. 

Dejardin,  Fran9ois,  carter,  Lagaucheliere,  near  Panet  street. 

Dejardin,  Felix,  carter,  50  Montcalm  street. 

Dejardin,  Charles,  labourer,  116  Bleury  street. 

Delagennats,  Marcile,  waterman,  St.  Denis,^near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

Delany,  Patrick,  labourer,  Hermine  street. 

Delage,  M.,  shoemaker,  75  St.  Maurice  street. 

Delcour,  Ignace,  gardener.  Cemetery  street. 

Deliuelle,  Mrs.,  house  49  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Delieve,  Peter,  blacksmith,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Visitation 
street. 

Delisle,  A.  M.,  clerk  of  the  Crown,  house  17  Sherbrooke  st. 

Delisle,  Benjamin,  high  constable,  9  Boaaventure  street. 


Dtlisle,  Mrs.  J.,  house  13  BoiiaVenture  street. 

Delisle,  Mrs.  James,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  German  st. 

Deloge,  Joseph,  trader,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 

Deloge,  F.  X.,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alexander  s*. 

Delorier,  Baptiste,  cooper,  51  Visitation  street. 

Deloiier,  E.,  cart  niaker,  80  St.  Antoine  street. 

Delorme,  E.,  joiner,  17  Adolphus  street. 

Delorme,  J.  V., printer,  Perrault's  buildings,  oflf  Craig  street. 

Delorme,  Edward,  carter,  113  Sanguinet  street. 

Delorme,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 

Deloimier,  Madame,  house  Dorchester,  near  Sanguinet  st. 

Delormier,  Francois  M.,  house  108  Antoine  street. 

Delormier,  J.  B.,  house  199  Notre  D'ame  street. 

Delorier,  Charles,  labourer,  121  St.  Constant  street. 

Delongchampp,  Mrs.,  house  135  St.  Joseph  street. 

Demarest,  Auguste,  joiner,  Mignonne,  near  Visitation  street. 

Delpie,  Louis,  shoemaker.  Rose  street. 

Demers,  John,  house  10  Acqueduct  street. 

Demers,  Louis,  trader,  Dorchester,  near  Philip  street. 

Demers,  Moses,  joiner.  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Demers,  Edward,  clerk.  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  street. 

Demers,  A.,  lumber  yard,  32  Notre  Dame  street,  house  Dor- 
chester, near  German  street. 

Demers,  Louis,  tavern,  St.  Mary,  near  Queen  square. 

Demers,  Antoine,  tavern,  St.  Mary,  near  FuUum  street. 

Demers,  T.,  provisions,  St.  Charles  street.  New  market. 

Demers,  Benjamin,  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Demers,  Mrs.,  Charles,  house  41  Water  street. 

Demers,  Louis,  lumber  yard,  100  St.  Constant  street. 

De  Morochond,  F.  M.,  house  15  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Demont,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  5  St.  Peter  street. 

De  Mo  tenach,  Mrs.,  houseT  Sherbrooke  street. 

Dempster,  George,  merchant,  St.  Eloi,  near  St.  Paul  street, 
boards  at  Rasco's  Hotel. 

Dempsy,  D.,  grocer,  Lagaucheti^re,  near  Tblentin  street. 

Denaville,  Pierre,  labourer,  26  Panet  street. 

Dennis,  William,  Organ-builder,  17  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Denneis,  P.  S.,  boarding  house,  William,  near  King  street. 


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Dennis,  Richard,  plasterer^  Vitr^,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 

Denomme,  Joseph^  smith,  48  Panet  street. 

Denoyer,  Pierre^  gardener,  St.Deni8,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Denoyer,  L6on,  joiner,  Brock,  near  JVIignonne  street. 

Depatie,  F.,  Waterman,  Deyienne,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Depatie,  Jeremie^  grocer,  corner  Mignonne  and  St.  Catherine 
streets. 

Depatie,  Francois,  shoemaker,  49  St.  Ignace  street. 

Depincier,  Paul,  painter,  opposite  St.  Lawrence  Market. 

Deputy  Adjutant  General's  Office,  20  St.  Denis  street. 

Derbishire,  (S.,)  &  Desbarats,  (G.p  Queen's  printer,  St. 
Th6res»,  corner  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Derbishire,  S.,  house  west  end  of  Dorchester  street. 

Deroche,  J.  6.,  tobacconist,  90  St.  Urbain  street. 

Deroche,  Nicholas,  painter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 

Deroche,  Benjamin,  overseer,  French  Burying  Ground. 

Deroche,  Edward,  dry  goods,  29  St.  Lawience  street. 

Derocher,  Michael,  carpenter,  32  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Derocher,  Paul,  blacksmith,  163  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Deroche,  Mrs.,  10  Amherst  street. 

Derome,  F.  X.,  watchmaker,  56  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Derome,  G,  cabinetmaker,Lagauchetiere,  near  St.Dominique. 

Derome,  Hebert,  trader,  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Derome,  F.,  house  39  Montcalm  street. 

Derome,  A.,  house,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Derregh,  Peter,  grocer,  40  St.  Maurice  street. 

Derregh,  Daniel,  labourer,  10  Chabellois  street* 

Derue,  Michel,  cooper,  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Deiaure,  Francois,  111  St.  Dominique  street. 

Desaut,  Antoine,  house  head  of  German  street. 

Desaut,  Theophile,  51  Bleury  street. 

Desautels,  Benjamin,  sen.,  124  St.  Charles  Borrom^e  street 

Desautels,  B.,  jun.,  132  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Desautels, ,  carter,  Brock,  near  Lagaucbetiere  street. 

Desautels,  Mrs*,  house  11  Bonarenture  street. 
Desautels,  Noel,  baker,  169  St.  Joseph  street* 
Desautels,  James,  cooper,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Desautels,  Francois,  sen*,  mason,  122  St.  Mary  street* 


DesautelSj  Pierre,  carpenter,  122  St.  Constant  street. 
Desautels,  Joseph,  house  27  St.  Aotoine  street. 
Desaucels,  P.,  stone  cutter,  Visitation,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 
Desautels,  Francois,  jun.,  mascn,  10  Adolphus  street. 
Desautels,  P.,  jun.,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant  street. 
Desbarats,  George,  house  west  end  of  Dorchester  street. 
Deschamps, —  dry  goods,  45  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Deschamps,  Miss,  house  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Deschamps,  Miss  J.,  house  4  Panet  street. 
Deschamps,  John,  joiner,  Salaberry,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 
Deseve,  F.  X.,  clothing  and  dry  goods,  124  St.  Paul  street, 

house  93  St.  Paul  street. 
Desere,  F.  X.,  leather,  &c.,  Custom  house  square. 
Deseve,  A.,  advocate,  29  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Deseve,  F.,  dry  goods,  210  Notre  Dame  street. 
Deseve,  Misses,  house  6  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Desjardins,  Joseph,  carter,  Visitation,  near  IMignonne  street. 
Desiardins,  Ft  X    house  2  Easton  lane. 
Deslaurier,  J.  B    <•     ^er,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  stieet. 
Desraarais,  A.,  no.:.j  public,  IB  St.  Vincent  street, 
Desmarais,  Charles,  mason,  60  Montcalm  street. 
Dcsmarteau,  E.  B.,  dry  goods,  85  St.  Paul  street. 
Desmarteau,  N.  B.,  dry  goods,  88  St»  Paul  street. 
Desnoyers,  M.,  dry  goods,  82  Notre  Dame  street,  house  61 

St.  Lawrence  street. 
Desnoyer,  Toussaint,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Desormier,  P.,  house  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Desormier,  John,  carter,  26  Visitation  street. 
Desormeau,  F.  L.,  off  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Desrivicres,  J.  M.,  house  29  Little  St.  James  street. 
Dcsrie,  J.  B.,  trailer,  Mignonne,  near  Elizabeth  street. 
Desrivieres,  Mrs-,  house  Dorchester,  near  Philip  street. 
Desrocher,  B.,  tailor,  31  St.  Dominique  street. 
Desrocher,  U.,  house  101  St.  Constant  street. 
Detonnancour,  P.  K.,  grocer,  123  St.  Constant  street. 
Devan,  John,  joiner,  37  Voltigeur  street. 
Devilleray,  J.  L.,  confectioner,  1  St.  Mary  street. 
Develin,  Thomas,  labourer,  40  Voltigeur  street. 


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Develin,  Peter,  joiner,  Nazareth,  near  Wiiilam  street. 

Devenny,  Moiton,  house  14  Brock  street. 

DtiVereux  &  Murphy,  grocers,  95  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Deverry,  Richard,  confectioner,  188  Notre  Dame  street. 

Devins,  Peter,  joint  crier  of  the  Court  of  King's  Bench,  resi- 
dence under  Court  House.  .  ,   V. 

Dewitt,  Jacob,  house  53  St.  Antoine  street.  ''-'-' 

Diamond,  John,  painter,  40  St.  Lewis  street. 

Dick,  William,  baker,  85  St.  Antoine  street. 

Dick,  James,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  8  St.  Sacrament. 

Dick,  James,  merchant,  house  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Dickinson,  H.,  joiner,  46  St.  Ignace  street. 

Dickinson,  Geo.  L.,  architect,  53  Ciaig  street. 

Dickinson,  Mrs.  M.  A.,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 

Dickinson,  William,  tea  and  coffee  3tore,  23  St.  Mary  street. 

Dickson,  A.,  grocer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Adolphus  street. 

Dickson,  George  P.,  commission  agent,  201  St.  Paul  street. 

Dickson^  Dr.^  Ill  Craig  street. 

Dler,  John,  tavern.  Grey  Nun,  near  William  street. 

Dier,  William,  carter,  43  St.  Maurice  street. 

Dier,  Miss  A.,  dressmaker,  41  St.  Maurice  street. 

Diggans,  S.,  chandler,  Ann,  near  William  street. 

Diggan,  B.,  mason,  lane  off"  Montcalm  street. 

Dillon,  Richard,  clerk,  Mountain,  near  St.  Catheiine  street. 

Dinning,  (J.  G.)  &  Senior,  (S.  S.)  commission  merchants,  2 
Lemoine  street. 

Dinning,  J.  G.,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Guy  street. 

Dinelle,  Pierre,  stone  cutter,  St.  Catheiine,  near  St.  Hubert. 

Dlone,  M.,  joiner,  65  St.  Mary  street. 

Diane,  H.,  labourer.  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur  street. 

Dippie,  Miss,  dressmaker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Dobson,  Charles,  house  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Philip  sts. 

Dubson,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  Radigonde  street. 

Dockrt:y,  R.,  M.  D  ,  157  Craig  street. 

Dodge  &  M<Nider,  painters,  Vitre,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee 
street. 

Dodd,  William,  carpenter,  51  St.  George  street. 

Dodd,  John,  pedlar,  103  St.  Constant  street. 


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Dodds,  Peter,  house  6  Chenneville  street. 

Dodds,  Adam,  carpenter,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Doherty,  William,  labourer,  William,  near  Colborne  street. 

Doherty,  Charles^  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 

Doherty,  N.,  dry  goods,  10  St.  Mary  street. 

Dolan,  William,  shoemaker,  '21  M*Gili  street. 

Dolly's  Chop  House,  (R.  P.  Isaacson,)  20  St.  Francois  Xavier- 

street. 
Dolton,  James,  labourer,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 
Doiton,  Moses,  leather  dealer,  167  St.  Joseph  street. 
Dominique,  A.,  tavern,  Commissioners  street,  opposite  House 

of  Assembly. 
Donaldson,  Thomas,  sawyer.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
Donegani,  John,  office  St.  Francois  Xavier,  opposite  St.  Sa- 

crament  street,  bouse  Selhy  Grange. 
Donegani,  Joseph,  looking  glasses,  &c..  Capital  street. 
Donegani,  Joseph,  boarding  house,  Radigonde  street. 
Donegani,  J.  M.,  Rasco's  hotel,  65  St.  Paul  street. 
Donpierre,  Louis,  carpenter,  33  St.  Ignace  street. 
Don,  Peter ,  storeman,  Fournier  lane,  near  Common  street. 
Don,  William,  marble  cutter,  24  St.  Urbain  street. 
Donahoo,  Bernard,  turner,  47  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Donahoo,  Martin,  boarding  house,  William,  near  Prince  st. 
Donahoo,  John,  carter.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Donnelly,  James,  carter,  St.  Mary,  near  St.  Helen.street. 
Donnelly,  Peter,  coach  maker,  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  st. 
Donnelly,  P.,  pedlar,  137  St.  Paul  street. 
Donnelly,  Robert,  labourer.  King,  near  William  street. 
Donnolly,  John,  carpenter,  Dalhousie,  near  Common  street. 
Donoughue,  T.  J.,  printer,  100  Bleury  street. 
Doody,  John,  butcher,  St.  George,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Doolan,  John,  bricklayer,  St.  Urbain,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Doplittle,  M.  J.,  Exchange  Coiee  bouse,  Exchange  court, 

St.  Paul  street. 
Dooly,  James,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Doran,  William,  shoemaker,  109  St.  Charles  BorromSe  st» 
Doran,  William,  labourer,  13  St.  Margaret  street. 
Poray,  B.,  carter,  Kose,  near  Visitation  street. 


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Doray,  A.,  tavern,  70  and  74  Notre  Dame  street.  -^ 

Dorian,  Amable,  house  156  St.  Lawrence  street. 

DorioD,  Joseph,  joiner,  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Dorion,  A.  A.,  advocate,  22  St.  Vincent  street,  house  corner 
St.  Louis  and  Sanguinet  streets. 

Dorion,  P.  N.,  surveyor,  corner,  Sanguinet  and  St.  Louis  sts. 

Dorion,  Louis,  cabinet  maker,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  st. 

Dorval,  Adam,  public  crier,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  st. 

Dorval,  Joseph,  carpenter,  German,  near  Dumarais  street. 

Dorwin,  C,  exchange  and  money  broker,  214  St.  Paul  street, 
house  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Dorwin,  J.  H.,  house  Lagaucheticre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Doucet,  N.  B.,  notary  public,  49  Great  St.  James  street. 

Doud,  Thomas,  grocer,  Hermine  street. 

Doud,  John,  labourer,  Brickfieldi>.  Grilfintown. 

Dougall,  George,  tailor,  95  Craig  street. 

Dougall,  James,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  William,  opposite 

Grey  Nun  street,  house  at  Mrs.  Drake's,  College  street. 

Dougall,  Redpath  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  St-  Joseph  and 

Commissioner  streets. 
Dougall,  John,  house  Beaver  Hall  Terrace. 
Dougherty,  John,  chandler,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Dougherty,  Thomas,  labourer,  59  Campeau  street. 
Dougherty,  Charles,  sawyer,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Douglas,  John,  inspector,  5  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
Douglas,  William,  carpenter,  George,  near  William  street. 
Douglass,  William,  general  merchant,  54  Commissioner  street^ 

house  St.  Monique  street. 
Douglass,  Mrs.,  srminary,  74  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Doutre,  Francis,  trader,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Hubert  st. 
Dow,  William,  house  89  St.  Joseph  street. 
Dow,  Andrew,  house  93  St.  Joseph  street. 
Dow,  William,  &  Co.,  brewers  and  distillers,  88  and  90  St. 

Joseph  street. 
Dow,  Alexander,  joiner,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
Dow,  Augustus,  bouse  George,  near  William  street. 
Dow,  F.,  rope  maker,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Dowker,  George^  hoarding  house,  3  Little  5t.  James  strett. 


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Dowllng,  Edward,  registrar,  house  Victoria  road,  office  12 

Little  St.  James  street. 
Dotvney,  Thomas,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 
Downs,  A.,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  st. 
Downy,  Denis,  blacksmith,  18  Bieury  street. 
Dowson,  Edward,  clerkjYictoria  Road,  near  St.  C  itherine  st. 
Doyle,  Thomas,  tailor,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Doyle,  A.,  commission  merchant,  2  St.  Helen  street. 
Doyle,  Thomas,  dry  goods,  32  St.  Mary  street. 
Doyon,  Joseph,  mason,  28  St.  Lewis  street. 
Doyon,  Edward,  stonecutter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Lawrence 

street. 
Drake,  Robert,  builder,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Dragon,  Francis,  hair  dresser,  75  Sanguinet  street. 
Drennan,  Mrs.,  dress  maker,  49  St.  George  street. 
Drew,  John,  house  6  St.  Bernard  street. 
Drew,  William,  carpenter,  Ann,  near  William  street. 
DriscoU,  Henry,  Q.  C.,  office  22  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street,  house 

Lagaucbetiere,  near  St.  Denis  street. 


Drolet, 


advoccite,  5  St.  Lewis  street. 


Drolet,  Charles,  house  corner  St.  Charles  Borrom6e  and  St, 

Catherine  streets. 
Drover,  George,  blacksmitn,  Dalbousie,  near  Common  street. 
Drum,  John,  gardener,  43  Voltigeur  street. 
Drum,  William,  chair  maker,  Amherst,  near  Lagaucbetiere 

street. 
Drumgoole,  Patrick,  tanner,  corner  William  and  Colborne 

streets. 
Drammond,  (L.  T.,)  and  Monk  (C.,)  advocates,  31  St.  Gabriel 

street. 
Drummond,  L.  T.,  house  168  Notre  Dame  street. 
Drummond,  Peter,  joiner.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
Dryden,  Mrs.,  milliner,  21  St.  Urbain  street. 
Dryden,  Thomas,  pattern  maker,  10  Queen  square. 
Drysdale,  Adam,  carpenter,  21  Chenneville  street. 
Dubay,  John  B.,  carpenter,  34  Panet  street. 
Dubay,  Clement,  smith,  Dalhousie,  near  William  strojet. 
Dubee,  Joseph,  stone  cutter^  43  St.  Andr4  street. 


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Dubee,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  35  Visitation  street. 

Dubeau,  Alexander,  joiner,  14  Adolplius  street.   •      ' 

Dubeau,  Joseph,  baker.  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Dubois,  Andre,  tavern,  4  St.  Charles  street.  New  Market. 

Dubois,  Mrs.  John,  house  29  St.  Andr§  street. 

Dubois,  Louis,  joiner,  40  Montcalm  street. 

Dubois,  Joseph,  house  94  St.  Urbain  street. 

Dubois,  A.,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  street. 

Dubois,  Etienne,  house  43  St.  Antoine  street. 

Dubois,  Joseph,  carpenter,  62  Montcalm  street. 

Dubois,  J.  B.,  mason,  St.  Andre,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Dubois,  J.  B.,  labourer,  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Dubois,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  Devienne,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Dubois,  P.,  mason,  St.  Alexander,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Dubois,  Pierre,  shoemaker,  St.  Charles  Bonomee  street. 

Dubois  P.  A.,  clerk,  24  St.  Vincent  street, 

Dubord,  Thomas,  Pilot,  Marais  Lane,  near  St.  Constant  st. 

Dubord,  A.,  cigar  maker,  112  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Dubord,  Louis,  cooper,  corner  Sanguinet  and  Dorchester  sts. 

Dubrule,  H.,  carpenter,  95  Sanguinet  street. 

Dubrule,  Hygin,  dry  goods  and  clothing,  218  St.  Paul  street. 

Dubuc,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  20  St.  Denis,  street. 

Dubuc,  Casimir,  tailor,  4  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Duchaine,  P.,  shoemaker,  Panet,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Duchenau,  Joseph,  joiner,  Cemetery,  near  St.  Antoine  street. 

Duclos,  Pierre,  stone  cutter,  corner  Montcalm  and  St.  Ca* 

therine  streets. 
Duclos,  Eneas,  house  95  Sanguinet  street. 
Duclos,  H.,  joiner,  27  St.  Philip  street. 
Duclos,  F.,  mason,  10  Valine  street. 
Duclos,  Francis,  Eagle  hotel,  20  M<Gill  street. 
Ducondu,  6.,  grocer,  Custom  House  square. 
Dudiow,  Thomas,  painter,  13  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Dufau,  Francis,  cooper,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Dufaux,  Joseph,  house,  75  St.  Urbain  street. 
Dufene,  Joseph,  Caulker,  George,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Duford,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Panet  street. 
Dufort,  Theophile,  house  8  Hospital  street. 


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Dufort,  U.,  clerk,  86  St.  Paul  street. 
Dufort,  Josepli,  joiner,  68  Amherst  street. 

Dutf,  Miss  Margaret,  dress  maker,  18  St.  Joseph  street. 

Duffield,  George,  cooper,  25  St.  Genevieve  street. 

Duffy,  Mrs.,  washing:,  St.  Gabriel,  near  Craig  street. 

Dufresne,  Louis,  corner,  St.  Constant  and  St.  Catherine  sts. 

Dufresne,  P.,  grocer,  18  Sanguinet  street. 

Dufresne,  Francis,  lime  burner,  Current  St.  Mary. 

Durfresne,  J.  B.,  cartmaker.  Current  St.  Mary  street. 

Dufresne,  Luke,  carter,  44  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Dugas,  Frs.,  painter,  Bonaventure,  near  St.  Antoine  street. 

Duggin,  Patrick,  grocer,  Gabriel,  corner  George  street. 

Duhamel,  Antoine,  trader,  41  Visitation  street. 

Duhamel,  Joseph,  trader,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 

Duke,  Quarter  Master  89th,  house  78  Water  street. 

Dumalne,  Edward,  carter,  1  Campeau  street. 

Dumaine, grocer,  20  St.  Mary  street. 

Dumas,  Mrs.,  house  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Dumas,  N.,  advocate,  1  Bonsecours  street. 

Dumas,  Louis,  house  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Philip  sts. 

Duminie,  Charles,  gunsmith,  114  St.  Mary  street. 

Duminie,  Charles,  blacksmith,  116  St.  Mary  street. 
Dumond,  Mrs.  J.,  house  116  St.  Mary  street. 

Dumond,  Joseph,  tailor,  130  St.  Mary  street. 

Dumond,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Duraont,  Mrs.,  26  Salaberry  street. 
Dumont,  M.,  butcher,  116  St.  Mary  street. 
Dumont,  J.  B.,  stone  cutter,  16  Salaberry  street. 
Dunbar,  James,  engineer,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 
Dunbar,  William,  baker,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  srreet. 
Dunbar,  John,  plasterer,  William,  near  Colborne  street. 
Doncan,  James,  artist,  53  Champ  de  Mars  street. 
Duncan,  James,  labourer,  109  St.  Joseph  street. 
Duncan,  George,  carpenter,  Shaw,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Duncan,  Robert,  clerk,  33  Amherst  street. 
Dunlop,  J.  &  W.,  plasterers,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
Dunlop,  R.,  shoemaker,  corner  Cote  and  Vitre  streets.  * 


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Dunlop,  J.  C,  house  Rodier  Place,  St.  Antoine  street. 
Dunn,  John  W.,  Town  Sergeant,  100  St.  Mary  street. 
Dunn,  Michael,  tailor,  53  St.  George  street. 
Dunn,  Peter,  grocer,  186  Notre  Dame  street. 
Dunn,  Stephen,  tailor,  Vitre,  near  Cheneville  street. 
Dunn,  John,  trader,  14  St.  Margaret  street. 
Dunn,  George,  engineer,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 
Dunn,  Peter,  house  7  Woodyard  street. 
Dunn,  William,  school,  75  St.  Maurice  street. 
Dunn,  Andrew,  labourer,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
Dunn,  John,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Dunnett,  J.,  dry  goods,  136  Notre  Dame  street,  house  Craig, 

near  Bleury  street. 
Dunnet,  G.,  dry  goods,  25  St.  Mary  street. 
Dunsconib,  J.  W.,  general  merchant,  house  &  office  51  Great 

St.  James  street. 
Dunwoodie,  James,  tavern,  4  Woodyard  street. 
Duplessis,  Joseph,  house  14  Philip  street. 
Diipont,  John,  cooper,  Bonaventure,  near  Mountain  street. 
Dupont,  A.,  trader,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Dupras,  L.,  joiner,  159  Craig  street. 
Dupras,  Antoine,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Duparez,  Miss,  house  9  Little  St.  James  street. 
Dupuis,  Pierre,  trader,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Dupuis,  J.  B.,  trader.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Dupuis,  Louis,  labourer,  19  St.  Ignace  street. 
Dupuis,  Francois,  woodyard,  40  Amherst  street. 
Dupuis,  J.,  baker,  118  St.  Antoine  sireet. 
Dupuis,  Augustin,  blacksmith,  13  St.  Antoine  street. 
Duquet,  Francois,  leather,  &c.,  Fabrique  street. 
Duquet,  Francois,  trader,  Dorchester,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Durand,  Michel,  farmer,  91  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Durand,  Joseph,  baker,  St.  Urbain,  near  Dorchester. 
Durand,  B.,  trader,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  Wolfe  streets. 
Durant,  Joseph,  carter,  16  Adolphus  street. 
Durant,  J.,  bricklayer,  house  Colborne  Avenue. 
Durantel,  A.,  carriage  maker,  55  St.  Joseph  street. 
Darantel|  Victoire^  smith,  145  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Durham,  John,  house  13  Tolentin  street. 

Durmare,  H.,  cook,  46  Amherst  street. 

Durnford,  Captain  P.,  house  head  of  Mountain  street. 

Durocher,  Thomas,  tinsmith,  22  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Durocher,  Mrs.  Julie,  house  Yitre,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Durocher,  Leon,  trader,  132  Si.  Dominique  street. 

Durocher,  Urbaiii,  architect,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  st, 

Durocher,  Amable,  cooper,  College,  near  Chabellois  street. 

Durocher,  Louis,  house  14  Chabellois  street. 

Durocher,  M.,  sail  maker.  College  near  Chabellois  street. 

Durocher,  Mrs.  L.,  house  51  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Durocher,  Mrs.,  house  95  St.  Dominique  street. 

Durocher,  H.  P.,  house  Durocher  street. 

Dusault,  Augustus,  carter,  34  Visitation  street. 

Duval,  Joseph,  cait  maker,  corner  Lagauchetiere  ami  Panet 

streets. 
Duval,  Francis,  labourer,  10  Campeau  street. 
Duvare,  A.,  joiner,  122  Sangninet  street. 
Duvare,  Mrs.  seamstress,  64  St.  Denis  street. 
Duvernay,  Ludger,  printer,  13  St.  Vincent  street. 
Dussau,  P.,  cart  maker,  101  St.  Joseph  street. 
Dwight,  (James  A.)  &  Son,  watches  and  jewellery,  151  Not rr; 

Dame  street. 
Dwight,  James,  A.,  house  15  St.  Antoine  street. 
Dyde,  John,  inspector,  house  Radigond  street. 
EADIE,  John,  actuary  of  the  Savings  Bank,  house  head  of 

St.  Margaret  street. 
Eadie,  J.  M.,  clerk,  30  Little  St.  James  street. 
Eager,  D.  W.,  &  Son,    VV.  L.  Eager,  provision  inspectors, 

corner  Common  and  Giey  Nun  streets.      ^ 
Eager,  D.  W.,  house  96  St.  Antoine,  street. 
Eagle  Foundry,  (Ward,  Brush  &  Co.,)  King,  near  Common  st. 
Eagle  Fire  Engine,  22  Great  St.  James  street. 
Ealie,  Peter,  cooper,  15  Campeau  street. 
Eardly,  Morris,  clerk  of  .the  Uaymarket,  house  at  the  hay- 

market. 
Easton,  Robert,  advocate,  49  Little  St.  James  street. 
Easton,  Miss,  ladies'  school,  10  Bonaventure  street. 

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Eaton,  Josiali,  baker,  Place  J'Armcs  hill. 

Ell  iionds,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  57  St.  Lewis  street. 

Edmonstone,  W.,  house  66  Craig  street. 

Egar,  William,  tinsmith,  Fortiticalion  lane,  near  Bleury  st. 

Elder,  George,  Jan.,  boards  at  the  Exchange  Coffee  House. 

Elder,  Adam,  carpenter,  93  St.  Constant  street. 

Elliott,  James,  coachmaker,  Ilcrminc  street. 

Elliott,  James,  carter,  101  St.  Urbain  street. 

Elliott,  John,  boots  and  shoes,  138  St.  Paul  street. 

Elliott,  Andrew,  carpenter,  5  St.  Germain  street. 

Elliott,  Robert,  painter,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Elliott,  William,  saddler,  17  St.  Urbain  street. 

Ellis,  George,  commission  agent,  &,c,,  25  St.  Ale.xander  st. 

Ellis,  Thomas,  carpenter,  18  St.  Joseph  street. 

Emon,  J.,  confectioner,  St.  Catherine,  near  Amherst  street. 

Emon,  Joseph,  trader,  Devienne  street. 

Emon,  J.,  confectioner.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Emon,  Michael,  painter,  lane  off  Visitation  street. 

Emon,  John,  butcher,  lane  off  Visitation  street. 

Emon,  Isidore,  voyageur,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  st. 

Emon,  Pierre,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  Montcalm  st. 

Emond,  P.,  joiner,  45  St.  Andr6  street. 

English,  Mrs.,  Belfast  Hotel,  corner  Commissioner  and  St. 
Joseph  streets. 

English,  Mrs.  Mary,  boarding  house,  Perrault's  buildings, 
Craig  street. 

Ennis,  John  H.,  hair  dresser,  23  M^Gill  street. 

Ennis,  Stephen,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street,  New  Market. 

Ensell,  William,  carter,  lane  off  Visitation  street. 
Esdaile,  J.  &  R.,  general  merchants,  223  St.  Paul  street. 

Esson,  Rev.  Henry,  house  Lagauchetiere,near  Sanguinet  st. 
Ethen,  Charles,  baker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Panet  street. 
Etherington,  Geo.,  watchmaker,  60  and  62  St.  Mary  street. 
Etier,  A.,  shoemaker.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Etier,B.,  joiner,  62  Visitation  street. 
Euard,  John,  saddler,  37  M^Giil  street^  house  21  St.  Mau- 
rice street* 
Euard,  Henry,  butcher,  19  Campeau  street.  S  , 


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KuarJ,  Fr5.,  house  60  Shcrbrooke  street. 

Kuanl,  H.,  clerk,  house  159  Craig  street. 

Eiipe,  James,  confectioner,  13  St.  Dominique  street. 

Evans,  J.  H.,  house  Craig,  near  Uadigonde  street. 

Evans,  Thomas,  house  Crai^r,  near  Radignnde  street. 

Evans,  VV.  C,  at  Forsyth,  Richardson  k  Co.'s. 

Evans,  T.  A.,  at  Forsyth,  Richiirdson  &  Co.'s. 

Evans,  Thomas,  printer,  house  St.  Niciiolas,  near  St.  Sacra- 
ment street. 

Evans,  Catherine,  widow,  Piince,  near  William  street. 

Evans,  S.,  shoemaker,  30  M'Gill  street. 

Evans,  Miss  M.,  dressmaker,  U  St.  Mary  street. 

Evans,  William,  shoemaker,  11  St.  Mary  street. 

Evans,  Major  (R.A.),  corner  Grant  and  St.  Mary  streets. 

Evans,  Samuel,  farmer,  55  St.  Dominique  street. 

Everett,  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  9  Campeau  street. 

Everett,  Robert,  brickmakcr,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

Everett,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  71  Sanguinct  street. 

Eversage,  Thomas,  cabinet  maker.  Queen,  near  William  st. 

Ewan,  William,  merchant  tailor,  1  St.  Joseph  street,  house 
corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St.  Urbain  streets. 

Evvan,  William,  sen.,  house  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Ewing,  Alexander,  general  merchant,  St.  Sacrament  street, 
bouse  li27  Sherbrooke  street. 

Eyre,  J.  B.,  agent  tor  Greaves  &  Son,  191  St.  Paul  street. 

FABRE,  E.  Rw,  French  books  and  stationery,  5  St.  Vincent 
street,  house  2  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Fabrique  Office  of  the  French  Church,  8  Great  St.  James  st. 
near  Place  d'Armes. 

Fackner,  Edward,  carpenter,  37  Wolfe  street. 

Fagan,  Peter,  waterman,  1  St.  Antoine  street. 

Fahey,  Mrs.,  grocer,  38  St.  Ignace  street. 

Faith,  James,  labourer,  144  St.  Joseph  street* 

Fallardeau,  Chas.,  shoemaker,  78  St.  Hubert  street. 

Fallardeau,  £.,  boatman,  26  Mountain  street. 

Falloon,  Rev.  D.,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 

Falstreau,  P.,  music  teacher,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  st. 

Falstreau^  Joseph,  shoemaker,  Yallee,  near  Philip  street. 


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Falstreau,  H.,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street,  New  Market. 
Fardy,  M.,  plasterer,  89  St.  Constant  street. 
Farley,  Edward,  storeman,  52  St.  Maurice  street. 
Fariner,William,brassfounder,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Gecrge  st. 
Farmer,  Patrick,  labourer.  Busby  lane. 
Farnden,  Mrs.,  house  17  St.  Alexander  street. 
Faron,  Leon,  tailor,  Duprc  lane,  near  College  street. 
Faiquhar,  P.  W.,  hotel,  49  Notie  Dame  street. 
Farquhar,  William,  wine  merchant,  101  Notre  Dame  street, 

house  corner  St.  Dominique  and  Craig  streets. 
Farrell,  Patrick,  carter,  32  Campeau  street. 
Farrell,  James,  trader,  131  St.  Mary  street. 
Farrell,  D.,  carter,  Wellington,  near  Dalhoujie  street, 
Farrell,  Patrick,  boarding  house.  King,  near  Common  street. 
Farrell,  James,  miller,  St.  Mary  street,  opposite  the  foundry. 
Farrell,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  4  Chenneville  street. 
Farrell,  D.,  grocer,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Farron,  Antoine,  tailor,  10  Mountain  street. 
Farta,  Peter,  tanner,  65  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Favreau,  0.,  dry  goods,  94  St.  Paul  street. 
Favreau,  E.,  dry  goods,  110  St.  Paul  street. 
Fax,  George,  merchant  tailor,  230  St.  Paul  street. 
Fax,  D.,  tailor,  72  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Fax,  Simon,  tailor,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 
Fearon,  John,  grocer,  Hermine  street. 
Featherston,  John,  boarding  house,  97  Craig  street. 
FeatUerston,  E.,  carpenter,  14  Inspector  street. 
Feeny,  Andrew,  dry  goods,  170  No^.c  Dame  street. 
Feeny,  James,  tavern,  98  St.  Joseph  street. 
Feeny,  Mrs.,  grocer,  corner  St.  Charles  Borromee  and  Vitre 

streets. 
Felkin,  J.,  carpenter,  Gosford  street,  house  7  St.  Germain  st. 
Fellers,  E.  (Fellers'  Hotel,)  231  St.  Paul  street. 
Felton,  Miss  E.,  ladies'  school,  Craig,  near  Radigonde  street. 
Fennell,  James,  labourer,  George,  near  William  street. 
Fenwick,  Theodore,  dry  goods,  113  St.  Paul  street. 
Fenwick,  Thomas,  student,  27  Little  St.  James  street. 
Fenwick,  Mrs.,  house  27  Little  St.  James  street. 


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Fenwick,  Miss,  ladies'  school,  27  Little  St.  James  street. 
Fenwick,  John,  upholsterer,  Vitre,  near  Cote  street. 
Ferguson,  R.,  joiner,  Victoria  road. 
Ferguson,  Alexander,  house  5  Bonaventure  street. 
Ferguson,  A.  &  D.,  coopers,  6  St.  Peter  street. 
Ferguson,  John,  blacksmith,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 
Ferguson,  Archibald,  house  head  of  Margaret  street. 
Ferguson,  Miss  Barbara,  dress  maker,  Lagauchetiere,  near 

St.  Lawrence  street. 
Ferguson,  William,  storeman,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  St. 
Ferguson,  Mrs.,  house  10  St.  George  street,  in  rear, 
Ferguson,  William,  saddler,  46  Clienneville  street. 
Ferguson,  Donald,  gardener,  7  St.  George  street. 
Ferguson,  Frederick,  house  15  St.  Edward  street. 
Ferland,  Edward,  tailor,  89  St.  Urbain  street. 
Ferns,  J.,  grocer,  58  St.  Joseph  street. 
Ferns,  Edward,  grocer,  48  St.  Dominique  street. 
Ferrand,  Charles,  carter.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Ferrie,  Adam,  general  merchant,  office  at  J.  D.  Watson's,  St. 

Sacrament  street. 
Ferrie,  Henry,  baker,  72  St.  Joseph  street. 
Ferrier,  James,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  St.  Bernard  street. 
Ferrier,  George  D.  and  James,  (of  Bryson  &  Feniers,)  181^ 

St.  Paul  street,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  St.  Bernard  st. 
Ferris,  J.  M.,  Herald  Office,  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Field,  Edward,  leather  dealer,  14  M'Gill  street. 
Field,  J.  H.,  artist,  204  St.  Paul  street. 
Fieldhouse,  William,  stonecutter,  Queen,  near  William  st. 
Filder,  W.,  house  111  St.  Mary  street. 
Filiatreault,  O.,  house  St.  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Filiatreault,  Z.,  house  21  Champ  de  Mars  street.    , 
Filieau,  Miss,  dress  maker,  11  St.  Aiitoine  street. 
Filion,  Mrs.,  tailoress.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Finchley,  Whipple  &  Masson,  forwarders,  Wellington  street, 

near  the  canal. 
Finchley,  T.  S.,  forwarder,  Lachine  road,  near  the  canal. 
Finiay,  Robert,  labourer,  66  Bonaventure  street. 
Finlay,  James,  Bank  clerk,  house  55  St.  Alexander  street. 


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Finlay,  John,  mason,  36  St.  George  street. 

Finlay,  J.,  blacksmith,  17  St.  Ignace  street. 

Finlay,  John,  cabinet  maker,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 

Finlayson,  Alexander,  house  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  st. 

Finley,  Frederick,  barrack  serjeant,  25  Champ  de  Mars  st. 

Finley,  John,  foundry  man,  53  Panet  street. 

Finn,  P.,  shoemaker,  Vitre,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Finnerin,  Michael,  20  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Fisher,  Arthur,  M.D.,8  Bonaventure  street. 

Fisher  (D.,)  and  Smith,  (James,)  advocates,  25  St.  James 
Place,  Little  St.  James  street. 

Fisher,  Duncan,  Q.C.,  house  76  Sherbrooke  street. 

Fisher,  J.  C,  butcher,  70  St.  Mary  street. 

Fisher,  John,  labourer,  Koy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 

Fisher,  Alexander,  house  8  Notre  Dame  street. 

Fisher,  Daniel,  house  Radigonde  street. 

Fisk,  Rev.  Joel,  house  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

Fisset,  J.,  tinsmith,  13  St.  Paul  street. 

Fitts,  Clark,  biscuit  and  cracker  baker,  21  and  27  St.  Joseph 
street. 

Fitts,  A.,  baker,  19  St.  Joseph  street. 

Fitzell,  John,  shoemaker,  Hcrmine  street. 

Fitzgerald,  George,  boarding  house,  26  St.  Maurice  street. 

Fitzpatrick,  James,  confectioner,  197  Notre  Dame  street, 

Fitzpatrick,  Luke,  grocer,  95  St.  Mary  street. 

Fitzpatrick,  Michael,  labourer.  Queen,  near  Common  street. 

Fitzpatrick,  John,  hor  "  o8  Bonaventure  street. 

Fitzsimmons,  James,  tanner,  47  Bonaventure  street. 

Flanagan,  Mrs.,  dry  goods,  opposite  St.  Ann's  Market. 

Flanagan,  T.,  miller,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 

Flannery  John,  shoemaker,  corner  Wellington  and  Prince 

streets. 
Fleck,  Alexander,  blacksmith.  College,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Fleming,  James,  merchant  tailor,  160  Notre  Dame  street. 
Fleming,  James,  house  118  St.  Antoine  street. 
Fleming,  James,  house  93  St.  Antoine  street. 
Fleming,  John,  butcher,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Flenton,  John,  carter,  142  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Fierant,  Francis,  carter,  37  Wolfe  street. 

Fletcher,  John,  biscuit  baker  and  confectioner,  9  St.  Lavv^ 

rence  street. 
Fletcher,  Miss,  milliner,  9  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Fletcher,  Henry,  store,  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  foundry. 
Fletcher,  W.  E.,  plasterer,  St.  Mary  street,  near  ihc  gaol. 
Fletcher,  Mrs.,  house  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Flight,  William,  Royal  Oak  Tavern,  80  Common  street. 
Flinton,  Thomas,  house  19  St.  Urbain  street. 
Flynn,  John,  plasterer,  George,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Flynn,  P.,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Flynn,  Thomas,  16  St.  George  street. 
Flynn,  Patrick,  pedlar,  St.  Catherine,  near  Brock  street. 
Flynn,  James,  root  beer,  corner  Chenneville  and  Craig  sts. 
Flood,  Thomas,  labourer,  36  Salaberry  street. 
Foeseau,  Antoine,  tavern,  Fabrique  street. 
Fogarty,  John,  tailor,  37  Voltigeur  street. 
Fogarty,  Patrick,  shoemaker,  opposite  Viger  Market. 
Foley,  Thomas,  plasterer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 
FoUenus,  John,  professor  of  music,  5  Cote  street. 
Fontaine,  Francois,  grocery  and  tavern,  Capital  street. 
Foot,  James,  clerk,  48  St.  Joseph  street. 
Footner,  William,  architect.  111  Craig  street. 
Footner,  William,  wines  and  groceries,  108  Notre  Dame  st. 
Foibes,  William,  clerk  at  P.  M^Gill  Sf.  Co.'s,  house  Cornwall 

terrace. 
Forbes,  Francis,  house  2  St.  Paul  street. 
Forbes,  John^  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Forbes,  Joseph,  cooper,  69  St.  Constant  street. 
Forbes,  Miss,  dress  maker,  36  St.  Margaret  street. 
Forbes,  Mrs.,  dress  maker,  93  St.  lirbain  street. 
Forcett,  J.  M.,  house  corner  Mignonne  and  St.  Constant  sts. 
Ford,  Mrs.,  26  Voltigeur  street. 
Ford,  James,  grocer,  157  Craig  street. 
Forrest,  J.  B.,  government  clerk,  Victoria  road. 
Forrestal,  James,  painter,  27  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Forrester,  Robert,  clerk,  171  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Forster,  James,  cabinetmaker,  118  St,  Lawrence  street. 


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Forster,  Francis,  butcher,  45  Mountain  street. 

Forsyth,  Richardson  &  Co.,  (John  B.  Forsyth,  Wm.  Forsyth, 

T.  B.  Anderson,  and  Wm.  Walker,)  general  merchants, 

12, 14, 16,  and  18  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Forsyth,  John  B.,  house  52  Notre  Dame  street. 
Forsyth,  Thomas,  at  Forsyth,  Richardson  &  Go's. 
Forte,  Pierre,  leather,  &c.,  Fabrique  street. 
Fortier,  Levi,  tailor,  37  Commissioners  street. 
Fortier,  Auguste,  printer,  Bonaventure,  near  Inspector  street. 
Fortier,  Miss,  house  14  Bleury  street. 
Fortin,  P.,  wheelwright,  116  Bleury  street. 
Fortin,  Joseph,  saddler,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Adolphus  street. 
Foster,  Sibley,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods  and  silks,  187  St. 

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Foster,  James,  wines  and  groceries,  136  Notre  Dame  street, 

house  53  Bleury  street. 
Foster,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  33  St.  Maurice  street. 
Fouche,  Narcisse,  carpenter,  St.  Antoine,  near  Craig  street. 
Fouche,  Olivier,  blacksmith,  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  street. 
Fournelle,  P.,  labourer,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Fournier,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  Vallee,  near  Philip  street. 
Fournier,  Francois,  stone  cutter,  Vallee,  near  Philip  street. 
Fournier,  Nicholas,  stone  cutter,  Vallee,  near  Philip  street. 
Fournier,  William,  stone  cutter,  corner  St.  Simeon  and  Val- 
ine streets. 
Fournier,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  St.  Therese  street.  '^' 

Fournier,  Mrs.  Margaret,  house,  60  St.  Joseph  street. 
Fourni"'*,  Edward,  bookkeeper  at  J.  D.  Bernard's. 
Fournier,  Antoine,  roofer,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Fournier,  Mrs.,  house  Valine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Fournier,  Leon,  clerk,  68  St.  Urbain  street. 
Fournier,  P.,  cabinet  maker,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Fournier,  Misses,  school,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Fowler,  Henry,  general  merchant,  1  Nun's  buildings,  St. 

Joseph  stseet,  house  16  St.  Urbain  street. 
Fox,  Joseph,  commissariat,  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  st. 
Fox,  James,  shoemaker,  50  St.  Ignace  street. 


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1  ox,  James,  commission  and  hardware  merchant,  10  St.  Sa- 
crament street,  house  48  Craig  street. 
Fox,  John,  gardener,  193  St  Joseph  street. 
Fox,  Charles  James,  comb  maker,  St.  Joseph,  near  Canal 

basin.  > 

Foy,  Patrick,  tavern,  10  Sanguinet  street. 
Franchere,  J.  B.,  watchmaker  and  jeweller,  156  St.  Paul  st. 
Franchere,  D.,  grocer,  corner  Sanguinet  and  St.  Catherine 

streets. 
Francis,  B.  &  Co.,  hardware,  134  Notre  Dame  street. 
Francis,  Frederick,  labourer,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Francis,  John,  cook,  96  St.  Constant  street. 
Francis,  Thomas,  cooper,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 
Francis,  William,  blacksmith,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Radigonde 

street. 
Franklin,  Edward,  bricklayer,  9  German  street. 
Franklin,  L.,  foundryman,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 
Fraser  &  M'Kenzie,  wholesale  dry  goods,  3  Nun's  buildings, 

St.  Joseph  street. 
Fraser,  Joseph,  furniture  warehouse,  151  Notre  Dame  street, 

house  22  St.  Joseph  sireet. 
Fraser,  Wm.,  M.  D.,  21  M«Gill  street. 
Fraser,  Mrs.  William,  house  165  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Fraser,  James,  auctioneer,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near   St. 

Urbain  street. 
Fraser,  F.,  shoemaker,  74  St.  Paul  street,  and  Fabrique  st. 
Frazer,  George  C  ,  clerk,  corner  Wellington  and  Prince  sts. 
Frazier,  J.  R.,  house  1  St.  Lawrence  hill,  near  Craig  street. 
Frechette,  A.,  grocer,  17  Ronaventure  street. 
Frechette,  Olivier,  carpenter,  Bonaventnre,  near  Inspector 

street,  house  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  street. 
Frechette,  John,  carpenter,  113  St.  Charles  Borrom^e  street. 
Fredette,  William,  wheelwright,  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  st* 
Freeborougb,  Edward,  painter,  100  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Freeland,  A.  H.,  house  corner  Perthius  and  St.  Hubert  sts, 
French,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  11  Chenneville  street. 
Frene,  Francis,  gardener,  Guy  street. 
Freniere,  J,,  steamboat  captain,  house  69  Water  street, 

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Freni^re,  F.  X.,  painter  and  glazier,  6  Alexis  street. 

Friedlander,  L.,  jeweller,  Fabrique  street. 

Frolin,  Pierre,  police,  14  V'sitation  street. 

Fromant,  Louis,  cooper,  25  Montcalm  street. 

Froste,  H*,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  3  St.  Sacrament  6t. 

Froste,  Uobert,  house  3  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Froste  &  Harrison,  general  merchants,  59  Commissioners  st. 

Froste,  N.  S.,  house  off  City  Councillors'  street,  Cote  A  Baron. 

Frothingham,  (J.,)  and  Workman  (Wm.,)  wholesale  and  re- 
tail hardware,  165  St.  Paul  streeet. 

Fiothingham,  J.,  house  Piedmont,  foot  of  the  mountain. 

FuUum,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Mary,  near  St.  Helen  street. 

FuUum,  William,  lime  burner,  St.  Mary,  near  St.  Helen  st. 

Fullum,  John,  Sr.,  lime  burner,  St.  Mary,  near  St.  Helen  st. 

FuUum,  John,  Jr.,  lime  burner,  St.  Mary,  near  St  Helen  st. 

Fullum,  George,  butcher,  42  Montcalm  street. 

Fullum,  James,  Racket  court,  corner  Bleury  and  Craig  sts. 

Iniilong,  S.,  turner,  87  St.  Constant  street. 

Furniss,  Albert,  ofl5ce,Gas  Woiks,  Place  d'Armes,  house  Noire 
Dame  street,  opposite  Watai  Works. 

Furta,  Thomas,  buichcr,  158  St.  Joseph  street. 

Furta,  Francis,  joiner,  22  Chabellois  street. 
Fyfe,  Rev.  Robeit,  house,  113  St.  Antoine  street 
GAAN,  George,  shoemaker,  Dorchester,  near  German  street. 
Gabler,  J.  F.,  tavern,  corner  St.  Constant  and  St.  Catherine 

streets. 
Gagne,  Olivier,  joiner,  14  Voltigeur  street. 
Gagne,  Mrs.  C,  house  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Visitation 

streets. 
Gagnon,  Michael,  plasterer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  HubtU 

street. 
Gagnon,  P.,  cooper,  52  St.  Maurice  street. 
Gagnon,  Auguste,  joiner,  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Gagnon,  John,  butcher,  46  Montcalm  street. 
Gagnon,  Joseph,  blacksmith,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st, 
Gagnon,  Narcisse,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  St. 
Gagnon,  J.  A.,  house  22  Sanguinet  street. 
Gagnon,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonne  st. 


Gannon,  Mrs.  Edward,  house  German,  near  Mignonne  ilreet. 

(ia/uc;!,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  161  St.  Joseph  street, 

0!a:i.ei,  John,  tavern.  Port,  near  Common  street. 

Galarneau,  Francis,  house,  159  &t.  Constant  street. 

(idbrneaii,  (P.  M.)  and  Roy  (C.  D.,)  wholesale  and  retail  dry 
goods,  138  Notre  Dame  street. 

Galbell,  John,  shoemaker,  Busby  lane,  near  Craig  street. 

Galbraith,  John,  smith,  57Bleury  street. 

Gale,  Hon.  Judgp,  house  41  Notre  Dame  street. 

(iaie,  James,  currier,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Gale,  M.,  currier,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Gall,  Charles,  painter,  81  St.  Urbain  street. 

Gall,  J.  M.,  painter  85  St.  Urbain  street. 

Gallagher,  G.,  tailor  158  St.  Paul  street. 

Gallagher,  James,  shoemaker,  Nazareth  near  Wellington  st. 

Gallagher,  Francis,  grocer,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  st. 

Gallaher,  John,  grocer  128  St.  Joseph  street. 

Gaily,  Andrew,  frame  maker,  10  Visitation  street. 

Gait,  Andrew,  tanner,  51  Bonaventure  street. 

Gait,  Mrs.  W.,  house  129  Bleury  street. 

Gait,  Mrs-,  house  corner  Bleury  and  Lagauchoticre  streets. 

Gamble,  William,  painter,  10  St.  Dominique  street. 

Gamble,  Joseph,  labourer,  Busby  lane,  near  Craig  street. 

Gamelin,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Hubert  street. 

Gardiner,  Robert,  pattern  maker,  corner  Dalhousie  and  Wel- 
lington streets. 

Gardiner,  William,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 

Gardipy,  E.  blacksmith,  133  St.  Joseph  street. 

Gardipy,  Mrs.  J.,  house  St.  Simeon,  near  Devienne  street. 

Gareau,  Edward,  joiner  o|F Mountain  street.  „   , 

Gareau,  Andre,  house  7  Cemetery  street. 

Gareau,  Joseph,  house  98  St.  Joseph  street. 

Gareau,  X.,  saddler,  11  Cemetery  street. 

Garepy,  Alexander,  carter,  57  Visitation  street. 

Garfoot,  Joseph,  labourer,  St.  Bernard,  near  Bleury  street.  , 

Garie,  DoiTiinique,  grocer,  36  Visitation  street. 

Gaypy,  J.,  dry  goods,  and  clothing,  142  and  203  St.  Paul  st. 

Garish,  William,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  Campeau  street. 


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Garity,  M.,  gardener,  College,  near  Dupre  lane.  v' 

Garity,  John,  cooper,  ofl'Campeau  street.  ' 

Garratt,  James,  gold  beater,  37i  MGill  street. 

Garseau,  Oliver,  joiner,  96  St,  Dominique  street. 

Garseau,  Mrs.,  house  34  Sanguinet  street. 

Garseau,  F.,  tinsmith,  17  Vallee  street. 

Garth,  George,  plumher,  and  brazier,  40  Craig  street,  house 
Fortification  lane,  near  St.  Lawrence  iiill. 

Garvan,  James,  foreman,  23  Cote  street. 

Gales,  Edmund,  chair  factory,  corner  M'Gill  and  St.  J  sppli 
streets. 

Gatien,  F.,  joiner,  68  Sanguinet  street. 

Gaudet,  Mrs.  E.,  house,  St.  Mary,  near  Fullum  street. 

Gault,  M.  H.,  grocer,  corner  Wellington  and  Prince  street?. 

Gauneau,  H.,  tavern,  137  St.  Joseph  street. 

Gauthier,  A.,  notary  public,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  st. 

Gautbier,  Mrs.,  grocery,  comer  Dorchester  and  St.  Constant 
street. 

Gauthier,  Charles,  shoemaker,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  st. 

Gauthier,  J.  B.,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere  street,  near  Victoria 
road. 

Gauthier,  Charle?,  mason,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Mignonne  st. 

Gauthier,  Pierre,  carter,  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Gauthier,  Leon,  shoemaker,  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Eliza- 
beth street. 

Gauthier,  E.,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  Hubert  street. 

Gauthier,  F.,  mason,  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Gauthier,  A.,  joiner,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  Wolfe  streets. 

Gauthier,  F.  X.,  painter,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  Wolfe  sts. 

Gauthier,  Loui<!,  waterman.  Brock,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 

Gauthier,  Louis,  joiner,  St.  Philip  street. 

Gauthier,  Benjamin,  stone  cutter,  15  Vallee  street. 

Gauthier,  Charles,  shoemaker,  74  Sanguinet  street. 

Gauthier,  J.  B.,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Adolphus  street. 

Gauthier,  F.  X.,  joiner,  off  St  Catherine,  near  St.  Hubert  st. 

Gauthier,  Mrs.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Gavin,  Michael,  joiner,  9  Tolentin  street  in  rear.  * 

Gaw,  C,  cabinetmaker,  16  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Geholout,  Joseph,  smith,  2  St.  Alexander  street. 

GedJes,  Charles,  general  merchant  201  St.  Paul  street,  house 
86  Sherbrooke  street. 

Geildes,  Mrs.  E.,  house  St.  Charles  Uorromee,  near  St.  Ca- 
therine street. 

Gemmill,  William,  merchant  tailor,  Place  iVArmes. 

Gemmill,  Alexander,  missionary,  Vitre,  near  St.  Uibain  st, 

Gemmill,  John,  joiner,  13  St.  George  street. 

Gemmill,  Richard,  brush  maker,  10  St.  George  street. 

Genard,  Amable,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  street. 

Genereux,  Antoine,  sawyer,  Lagauchelicre,  near  St.  Con- 
stant street. 

Geoghegan,  Edward,  labourer,  111  St.  Joseph  street. 

Georgp,  John,  tinsmith,  187  Notre  Dame  street. 

Gerrard,  Samuel,  house  4  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Gerrard,  Richard,  corner  St.  Gabriel  and  St.  Thcrese  streets, 
house  4  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Gerrard,  Charles,  joiner,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  sireef. 

Germain,  M.  A.,  dry  goods,  100  and  108  St.  Paul  street. 

Gervais,  Julien,  house,  41  St.  Dominique  street. 

Gervais,  Mrs.,  house  44  St.  Dominique  street. 

Gettesp,  William,  wholesale  and  retail  hatter  and  furrier,  117 
and  119  St.  Paul  street. 

Giard,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  st. 

Giaid,  A-,  advocate,  24  St.  Vincent  street. 

r*  rd,  Andre,  smith,  121  St.  Joseph  street. 

Jibb,  J.  J.,  house  3,  Bonaventure  street. 

Gibb,  B.  and  Co.,  merchant  tailois,  163  Notre  Dame  street. 

Gibb  &  Easton,  notaries  public,  34  Little  St.  James  street.     - 

Gibb,  Mrs.  T.,  house  corner  St.  Edward  and  St.  Alexander 
streets.  :/•  ^ 

Gibb,  George  D.,  corner  St.  EdwarJ  and  St.  Alexander  Us. 

Gibbs,  A.,  house  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Gibbon,  William^  contractor,  Gabriel,  opposite  George  street. 

Gibson,  John,  (of  Lovell  &  Gibson,)  house  5  St.  Nicholas  st. 

Gibson,  John,  dry  goods,  154  Notre  Dame  etreet.  .      ,  ^ 

Gibson,  George,  shoemaker,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Gibson,  George,  tavern,  St.  Denis  street,  near  Viger  Market. 

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Gibson,  Solomon,  sadJler,  26  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Gibson  &  Co.,  tailors  and  clothers,  90  Notre  Dame  street. 
Gibson,  John,  currier,  71  St.  Charles  Borromde  street. 
Gibson  T.  A.,  teacher,  40  St.  Denis  street. 
Gilbault,  Francis,  blacksmith,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Charles 

Borrom6c  street. 
Giglet,  J.,  tailor,  164  Notre  Dame  street,  house  20  Sangni- 

net  street. 
Gilbert,  William,  storeman,  3  Wolfe  street. 
Gilbert,  Mrs.  M.  H.,  house  Ann,  near  William  street. 
Gill,  Mrs.,  school,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sangninet  street. 
Gill,  James,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Sangninet  street. 
Gillan,  John,  cabinetmaker,  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  street. 
Gillan,  Hugh,  dry  goods,  156  St.  Paul  street. 
Gillan,  James,  shoemaker,  93  St.  Mary  street. 
Gillas,  Francisj  grocer,  corner  Wellington  and  Colborne  s?s. 
Gillas,  Thomas,  labourer,  Edward  lane,  near  Bonaventure  st. 
Gillese,  John,  printer,  38  Margaret  street. 
Gillespie,  Moffatt  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  134  St.  Paul  st. 
Gillespie,  James,  tinsmith,  corner  Craig  and    St.   Charles 

Borromes  streets. 
Gillespie,  John,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  William  street. 
Gillespie,  Peter,  dry  goods,  141  Notre  Dame  street. 
Gilmour  (James,)  &  Co.  (Allan  Gilmour),  general  merchants, 

9  St.  Sacrament  street. 
Gilmour,  James,  house  49  Bleury  street. 
Gilmour,  A.,  house  49  Bleury  street. 
Giraldi,  S.,  hotel,  Fabrique  street.  , 

Girard,  Ignace,  mason,  54  Visitation  street. 
Girard,  Francis,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Girard,  J.  B.,  trader,  114  Bleury  street. 
Girard,  Mrs.  J.  B.,  house  34  St.  Maurice  street. 
Girard,  Loui^,  house  32  Amherst  street. 
Girdwood,  Rev.  J.,  Baptist,  22  St.  Monique  street. 
Giroux,  Louis,  carter,  head  of  Brock  street. 
Giroux,  Augustin,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Charles 

Borromee  street. 
Giroux,  Joseph,  carter,  9  St.  Generieve  street 


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(;ironx,  John,  joiner,  14  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Giroux,  Theodore,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Charles 

Horromce  street. 
Giroux,  J.,  trader,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Giroux,  Eli,  nriason,  GG  St.  Denis  street. 
Giroux,  Joseph,  tinsmith,  3  Acqueduct  street. 
Giackmeyer,  Frederick,  clerk,  Radigonde,  near  Craig  street. 
Glackmcyer,  Edward,  clerk,  13  St.  Dominique  street. 
Gladstone,  William,  blacksmith,  Wellington,  near  Prince 

street. 
Glass,  Alfred,  printer,  Roy  lane. 
Glass,  John,  30  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 
Glassford,  J.,  house  corner  College  street  and  Dupr£  lane. 
Glassford,  James  A.,  house  corner  College  street  and  Dupre 

lane. 
Glen,  Crawford,  plumber,  7  St.  Peter  street. 
Glen,  David,  joiner,  5  St.  Germain  street. 
Glecson,  James,  storeman,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Gleeson,  James,  tailor,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Gleeson,  John,  tailor,  St.  Maurice  street,  near  Dupre  lane. 
Glennon,  (J.)  &  Bramley  (C.  C),  wholesale  china  and  glass^ 

148  St.  Paul  street. 
Glennon,  John,  house  19  Sherbrooke  street. 
|Globcnsky,  L.,  grocer,  178  Notre  Dame  street,  house  25  San- 

gulnet  street. 
jGlobensky,  Joseph,  carter,  26  Adolphus  street. 
Goad,  George,  mason,  58  Amherst  street. 
JGodaird,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  Bleurj 

street. 

[Godaird,  Isidore,  house  22  Inspector  street. 
iodaire,  Urbain,  labourer,  17  Visitation  street. 
lodfroi,  L.,  tailor,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Jodfrey,  Dr.  R.  T.,  M.  D.,  druggist,  21  St.  Mary  street. 
lodin,  Francis,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 
foedike,  Fred.,  clerk,  49  Montcalm  street. 
rolden,  Charles,  joiner,  Ann,  near  William  street. 
ioldsmith,  Edward,  agent  Bank  of  U.  C,  17  Great  St..  Jamei 

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Goldthorpy  Joseph,  moulder,  George,  near  Wellington  struct. 
GooJull,  James  S  ,  plasterer,  St.  George,  near  Dorchester  st. 
Goodwillie,  (R)  &  Wark  (James),  carpenters,  9  Craig  street. 
Goodrie,  Ilu^h,  labourer,  George,  near  Prince  street. 
Goodwillie,  R.,  house  Grey  Nun,  near  Common  street. 
Goodwillie,  James,  joiner,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Goodwin,  Thomas,  groceries  and  wines,  98  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Goodwin,  Thoma?,  carpenter,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
Gordon,  J.  &  T.,  general  merchant?,  Port,  near  Foundlirij 

street. 
Gordon,  Robert,  hairdresser,  opposite  St.  Ann's  market. 
Gordon,  Thomas,  clerk,  Colborna  avesue,  near  St.  Mary  si. 
Goriion,  Mrs.,  tavern,  99  Water  street. 
Gordon,  Andrew,  shoemaker,  German,  near  Dumaii?s  street. 
Gor('on,  Mr^.,  house  corner  Mountain  and  Dorchester  street.-, 
Gordon,  John,  house  Coto,  nesr  Craig  street. 
Gor^lon,  John,  smith,  Brickfields,  GrilUntown. 
Gore,  Colonel  Charles,  D.  Q.  M.  G.,  house  St.  Antoina  Place. 
Gore,  George,  grocer,  52  Bleury  street. 
Gorey,  Edward,  shoemaker,  William,  near  Prince  street. 
Gorman,  William,  plasterer,  William,  near  Colborne  street. 
Gorrie,  Daniel,  brewery,  21  St  Mary  street. 
Goss,  Louis,  joiner,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Gosselin,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  corner  Recollet  and  St  Helen 

streets. 
Gosselin,  Pierre,  barber,  88  St.  Denis  street. 
Gosselin,  P.,  tavern,  34  Commissioners  street. 
Gosselin,  Felix,  gunsmith,  46  Bleury  street. 
Gossip,  Arthur,  blacksmith,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  street,  f 
Gossip,  George,  black  and  white  smith,  Lemoinc  street. 
Gotier,  Narcisse,  carter,  95  St.  Urbain  street. 
Goucheau,  J.  B.,  house  91  St.  Urbain  street. 
Goudreau,  Franci?,  saddler,  3  Acqueduct  street. 
Goudreau,  A.,  labourer,  2  Acqueduct  street. 
Goudie,  James  K.,  grocer,  &c.,  31  M'Gill  street. 
Goudie,  James,  miller,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street, 
Goudrie,  Oliver,  tailor,  126  Bleury  street. 
Gouge,  J.,  painter,  99  St.  Dominique  street. 


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(ioujon,  Amahle,  saddler,  110  St.  Joseph  street. 

Goujon,  P.,  brickmaker,  Cadieux  Villago* 

Goujon,  Louis,  house  8  Brock  street. 

Goulet,  Leon,  dry  goods,  172  St.  Paul  street. 

Goulet,  Joseph,  smith,  75  St.  Mary  street. 

Goulet,  N.,  smith.  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Gouletle,  Philip,  baker,  21  Wolfe  street. 

Gouvreau,  B.,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Simeon  st. 

Gouvreau,  J.  B.,  butcher,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Mii^- 

nonne  street. 
Gouvreau,  Jean,  sawyer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Gouvreau,  Mrs.,seamstres?,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Gouvreau,  B.  sawyer,  133  St.  Dominique  street. 
Gouvreau,  F.,  bailiff,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 
Gouvreau,  Joseph,  carter,  Devienne  street. 
Gouvreau,  Joseph,  sen.,  joiner,  Devienne  street. 
Gould,  C.  C.  P.,  hotel.  College,  near  M'Gill  street. 
Gowan?,  John,  clerk,  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  street. 
Gowans,  J.,  cabinet  maker,  14  St.  Genevieve  street. 
Goyet,  Henry,  mason,  27  Panel  street. 
Goyet,  B.,  carter,  31  Visitation  street. 
Goyet,  Antoine,  butcher,  58  Montcalm  street. 
Goyet,  Mrs.  J.,  house  22  Montcalm  street. 
Goyet,  Antoine,  mason,  49  Visitation  street. 
Goyet,  H.,  carriage  maker,  l08  St.  Mary  street. 
Goyet,  S.  M.,  cooper,  12  Panet  street. 
Goyet,  Maxime,  joiner,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Goyon,  Francis,  labourer,  i2  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Grace,  John,  tavern,  corner  St.  Peter  and  Hecollet  street?. 
Grace,  Edward,  shoemaker,  29  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Grafton,  William,  commercial  school,  43  St.  Joseph  street. 
Graham  &  Mathewson,  book«:,  stationery,  and   fancy  croodsi, 

Rodier's  buildings,  Notre  Dame  street,  house  41  St.  Ur- 

bain  street. 
Graham,  William,  boot  and  shoemaker,  105  Notre  Dame  st. 
Graham,  Mrs.  A.,  dry  goods,  12  St.  Antoine  street. 
Graham,  Alexander,  Caledonian  tavern,  40  St.  Lawrence  st. 


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Graham,  Mark,  cabinetmaker,  Lagaucheliere,  r.car  Adoljihtts 

street. 
Graham,  James,  finisher,  St.  Mary,  near  Gain  stieet.       ''' 
Graham,  John,  hou«e,  5  Bonaventure  street. 
Graham,  Mark,  bricklayer,  103  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Graham,  Luke,  baker,  103  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Graham,  Ann,  seamstresf,  8  Wolfe  street. 
Grandbois,  Joseph,  grocer,  corner  Mignonnc  and  Sanguinet 

street. 
Grant,  D.,  White  Korse  tavern,  14  St.  UrbHin  street. 
Grant,  John,  Grant's  hotel,  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  st. 
Grant,  Charles,  bootmaker,  St.  Simeon,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Grant,  A.,  painter,  Collegp,  near  St,  Mary  street. 
Grant,  John,  moulder,  off  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  jaiL 
(irant.  A.,  teacher,  7  Barclay  street. 
Grant,  Mary  Ann,  washinjr,  98  St.  Constant  street. 
Grant,  Mrs.,  widow,  21  St.  Louis  street. 
Grant,  Duncan,  house  St.  Maurice,  near  St.  Henry  street. 
Grant,  John,  foundryman,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Ignace  sf. 
Gianthum,  J-unes,  tobacconist,  92  St.  Mary  street. 
Grassett,  William,  government  clerk,  44  St.  Denis  street. 
Graton,  J.  13.,  tobacconist,  St.  Simeon,  near  Vallee  street. 
Giaton,  F.  X.,  carter, Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Gravelle,  M.,  carriage  maker,  Chabellois  square. 
Gravelle,  P.,  carpenter,  134  Sanguinet  street. 
Gravelle,  John,  carpenter.  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 
Gravelle,  Maxime,  joiner,  Marias  lane. 
(Jravelle,  F.,  stone  cutter,  33  St.  Constant  street. 
Gravelle,  H.,  shoemaker,  head  of  German  street. 
Gravelle,  William,  waterman,  83  Sangui:>ct  street. 
Gravelle,  P.,  lumber  merchant,  off  St.  Denis  street. 
Graves,  John,  baker,  off  Campeau  street. 
Gray,  William,  barrack  master,  7  St.  Lewis  street. 
Gray,  George,  cabinet  maker,  24  Sanguinet  street. 
Gray,  Patrick,  labourer,  56  St.  Joseph  street. 
Gray,  Richard,  carpenter,  Kempt,  near  Wellington  street. 
Gray,  Hugh,  rope  mak-jr,  Dalhousie,  near  Common  stree*. 


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'jrav,  Mrs.,  boaiding  house,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  st. 

Grav'j  William,  storeman,  l2  Campeau  street. 

Gray,  George,  smith,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Greece,  Michael,  ftooper,  9  St.  Mar2;aret  street. 

Green,  (T.  J.,)  Thompson  (Wm.)  &  Co.,  wholesale  hatters 

and  furriers,  l56  and  228  St.  Paul  street. 
(Jreen,  Thomas  J.,    house  King    street,    opposite   Ward's 

Foundry. 
Green,  Edward,  dry  goods,  115  St.  Paul  street. 
Green,  Joseph,  hair  dresser  and  dentist,  56  St.  Lawrence  st. 
(ircen,  George,  shoemaker,  4  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Green,  George,  painter.  Brock,  near  Lagaucheticre  street. 
Green,  Edward,  sawyer,  20  Mountain  street. 
Greenlees,  Thomas,  carter,  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Philip 

streets. 
Greenfield,  Mrs.,  milliner,  11  Amherst  street. 
Greenly,  Mr.,  hotel  Current  St.  Mary. 
Greenshields,  James,  132  St.  Paul  street. 
Greenshields,  Samuel,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  l5l  St. 

Paul  street. 
Greenshields,  Samuel,  house  i5l  St.  Paul  street. 
Greenwood,  Paul,  tavern,  corner  St.  Peter  and  Commsssioner 

streets. 
Greer,  — — ,  house  6  Brock  street. 
Gregoire,  Basil,  carpenter,  67  St.  Mary  street. 
Gregory,  Etienne,  oil  maker,  College,  near  Chabellois  street. 
Gregory,  Dr.  Silas,  house  23  Craig  street. 

Gregory, ,  cooper,  16  Brock  street. 

Greig,  Robert,  house  1 1  St  Edward  street. 

Greig,  William,  labourer,  38  St.  George  street. 

Grenier,  J.,  dry  goods,  84  St.  Paul  street. 

Grenicre,  Jean,  labourer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Montcalm  st. 

Greniere,  Olivier,  pedlar,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street* 

Grcr.:)re,  A.  T.,  joiner,  10  St.  Denis  street. 

Greniere,  L.  J.  0.,  cabinet  maker,  head  of  St.  Elizabeth  st« 

Greniere,  Jerome,  tallow  chandler,  5  Water  street. 

Greniere,  Joseph,  dry  goods,  90  St.  Paul  street. 

Greniere,  Dr.  T.  L.,  house  70  St.  Denis  street. 


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Grier,  John,  shoemaker,  20  Bonaventure  street. 

Griffin,  Henry,  notary  public,  26  Little  »St.  James  street. 

GrilTin,  Frederick,  advocate,  6  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Griffin,  Mrs.,  sciiool,  70  St.  Antolne  street. , 

GrilFinj  Mrs.,  school,  Busby  lane,  near  Craig  street. 

Griffin,  Edward,  wheelwright.  Busby  lane. 

Griffith,  John,  paints  and  chairs,  147  St.  Paul  street,  house 

corner  Lagaucheticre  and  Amherst  streets, 
Grignon,  L.,  sawyer,  60  Montcalm  street. 
Grignon,  Antoine,  joiner,  14  Queen  square. 
Grignon,  Antoine,  labourer,  8  Adolphus  street. 
Grothe,  Christian,  silversmith,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Grothe,  Andie,  jeweller,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Grove,  John,  stage  driver,  70  St.  Maurice  street. 
(Jroux,  L.  T.,  advocate,  5  St.  Vincent  street. 
Groux,  Philip,  painter,  13  Inspector  street. 
Guerin,  M.,  boots  and  shoes,  97  Notre  Dame  street. 
Guerin,  Thomas,  teacher,  27  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Guerin,  Dr.  E.,  house,  10  St.  Mary  street. 
Guerin,  Joseph,  sen.,  and  jun.,  masons,  86  St.  Hubert  street. 
Gugy,  B.  C.  A.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street, 
(rugj'',  Miss,  boarding  house,  83  Craig  street. 
Guibord,  Ls.,  stone  cutter,  154  St.  Joseph  street. 
Guibord,  Joseph,  printer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Guibord,  Joseph,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  Germar*  street. 
Guibord,  Mrs.,  tailoress,  College,  near  Dupre  lane. 
Guichi,  John,  looking  glass  fraiuer,  10  Visitation  street. 
Guilbault,  J.,   botanic  garden,  Coteau    St.   Louis,   head  of 

Visitation  street. 
Guilbeault,  Jor^ph  mason,  head  of  Visitation  street. 
Guilbeault,  L.,  carter,  Cadieux  Village. 
Guilbeault,  Mrs.,  laundress,  74  St.  Dominique  street. 
Guilbeault,  F.  X.,  blacksmith,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Charles 

Borromee  street. 
Guilbeault,  Michel,  mason,  42  Panet  street. 
Guilbeault,  Mrs.,  house  14  Vallee  street. 
Guillet,  Leon,  dry  goods,  172  St.  Paul  street,  house  101  Craig 
street. 


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Guillon,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  14  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Guimond,  Michel,  grocer,  28  St.  ignace  street. 
Guitnond,  Francis,  carpenter,  head  of  Brock  street. 
Guimond,  M.,  joiner,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Guinette,  J.  B.,  waterman,  Philip,  near  Vallee  street. 
Guinette,  Edward,  mason,  68  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Guinette,  J.  stcne  cutter.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Guinette,  F.,  smith,  Dorchester,  near  Si.  Constant  street. 
Guinette,  Louis,  waterman,  Mignonne,  near  Visitation  street. 
Guitte,  P.  T.,  printer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Toientin  street. 
Gundlack,  Mrs.,  house  63  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Gundlack,  Alexander,  house  63  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Gunn,  William,  Montreal  Bank,  house  61  St.  Lewis  street. 
Gunn,  William,  provision  inspector  and  cooper,  corner  of 

Grey  Nun  and  Common  streets,  house  27  St  Alexander  st. 
Gunn,  Hugh,  butcher,  house  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  st. 
Gunn,  William,  hatter,  72  St.  Urbain  street. 
Gunn,  Denis,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 
Gunn,  Hugh,  labourer,  Shaw,  off  St.  Mary  street. 
Gunn,  John,  house  corner  Prince  and  Wellington  streets. 
Gustard,  Donald,  labourer,  96  St.  Dominique  street. 
Guy,  Hon.  Judge,  house  4  Notre  Dame  street. 
Guy,  E.,  notary  public,  2  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 
Guy,  Mrs.  E.,  house  53  Toientin  street. 
Giiy,  Louis,  house  Berry  lane,  off  St.  Louis  street. 
Guy,  P.  M.,  house  115  Craig  street. 
(]uy,Mrs.,  house  115  Craig  street. 
HACKET,  Edward,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Alexander 

street. 
Hacket,  J.  &  Co.,  grocers,  3  St.  Paul  street. 
Racket,  F.,  carpenter,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Campeau 

streets. 
Hadden,  R.,  cabinet  and  upholstery,  Craig  street,  opposite  the 

Hay  market,  house  2  Notre  Dame  street. 
Haddenby,  Edward,  butcher,  Bonaventure  near  Mountain  st. 
Hadley,  William,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 
Hagan,  Edward,  hotel,  St.  Lawrence  hill. 
Hagan,  Edward,  carpenter,  Hermine  street. 

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Hagar,  Adam,  miller,  corner  King  and  Common  streets. 

Hagar,  George,  hardware  and  stoves,  wholesale  and  retail, 
111  St.  Paul  street. 

Hagar,  Mrs.,  Thomas,  house  Conseilles  de  Ville  street. 

Hagar,  W.  F.,  (of  Barratt  &  Hagar,)  house  30  Little  St.  James 
street. 

Hagar,  Charles,  house  Conseilles  de  Yille  street. 

Hagarty,  William,  barber,  opposite  the  house  of  Assembly. 

Halbert,  F.,  carter,  58  St.  Louis  street. 

Haldane,  J.,  boot  and  shoe  store,  12  M'Gill  street. 

Haldimand,  Lewis,  wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  102  St. 
Paul  street,  house  117  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Hales  &  M^Dowall,  hats  and  furs,  233  St.  Paul  street. 

Hall,  William,  collector  of  the  port,  house  corner  St.  Cathe- 
rine street  and  Victoria  road. 

Hall,  Archibald,  M.D.,  corner  Great  St.  James  and  St.  Fran- 
^^ois  Xavier  street. 

Hall,  William,  gunsmith,  51  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hall,  Joseph  N.,  hardware,  106  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hall,  Mrs.  M.,  milliner,  106  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hall,  George,  Ottawa  hotel,  corner  M'Gill  and  St.  Maurice 
streets. 

Hall,  K.,  gunsmith,  11  M'Gill  street. 

Hall,  Mrs.,  B.,  laundress,  46  St.  George  street. 

Hall,  Benjamin,  house  Piedmont,  foot  of  the  mountain. 

Hall,  Michael,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 

Hall,  Mrs.  N.,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Hall,  James,  oil  maker,  William,  near  Murray  street. 

Hall,  William,  storeman,  96  St.  Dominique  street. 

Hall,  Robert,  storeman.  Queen,  near  Common  street. 

Hallinan,  John,  bootmaker,  18  St.  George  street. 

Hallowell,  John,  watchmaker,  19  St.  Maurice  street. 

Hallowell,  Robert,  general  merchant,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Halpin,  James,  storeman,  George,  near  William  street. 

Hamel,  M.,  dress  maker,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  street. 

Hamelin,  Julia,  grocery,  105  St,  Lawrence  street. 

Hamelin,  Chas.,  pilot,  Port,  near  Foundling  street. 


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Flamllton,  Alexander,  dry  goods,  143  Notre  Dame  street, 
house  12  St.  Monique  street. 

Hamilton,  William,  clerk,  opposite  Viger  Market. 

Hamilton,  Anthony,  joiner,  corner  St.  Denis  and  Lagauche- 
tiere  streets. 

Hamilton,  John,  merchant  tailor,  127  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hamilton,  George,  joiner,  19  St.  Dominique  street. 

Hamilton,  Mrs.  A.,  house  Nazareth,  near  George  street. 

Hamilton,  R.  H.,  comptroller  customs,  house  College  street, 
near  Dupre  lane, 

Hamilton,  James,  carpenter,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 

Hammell,  Arthur,  butcher,  George,  near  William  street. 

Hammond,  Robert,  marble  cutter,  83  St.  Urbain  street. 

Hampton,  John,  tailor,  18  St.  Genevieve  street. 

Hamro,  Mrs.,  house  Vitie,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 

Hancock,  J.,  agent  far  Ashton,  Jackson  &  Co.,  Exchange 
court,  St.  Paul  street. 

Handrahan,  Thos.,  labourer,  11  St.  George  street. 

Kandrahan,  Daniel,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 

Handratty,  Peter,  shoemaker,  George,  near  Wellington  st. 

Handyside,  R.  and  A.,  distillers,  stores  St.  Therese  street. 

Handyside,  David.,  distiller.  Current  St.  Mary,  house  St. 
Mary  street,  opposite  the  toundry. 

Hanes,  Mrs.  John,  house  29  St.  Ignace  street. 

Hancs,  George,  labourer,  21  Adolphus  street. 

Hanley,  Edward,  pedlar,  Amable  lane. 

Hanley,  Michael,  labourer,  15  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Hanna,  Oliver,  storeman.  Jure,  near  St.  Alexander  street. 

Hannah,  William,  house  18  Salaberry  street. 

Hannah,  John,  baker,  14  Mountain  street. 

Hannessy,  Michael,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  st. 

Harcourt,  James,  turner,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Dorches- 
ter street. 

Hardie,  W.  &  J.  H.,  paints  and  oils,  166  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hardie,  W.  &  J.  H.,  painters,  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Hardie,  J.  H.,  house  College  near  Inspector  street. 

Hardie,  William,  painter,  house  College,  near  Inspector  st. 

Hardie,  Joseph,  confectioner,  87  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Harding,  J.,  boots  aii'l  shoeis,  11  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Harding,  John,  painter,  56  Bonaventure  street. 

Harding,  George,  tavern,  corner  Dorchester  and  German  sts. 

Hardisty,  H.  E.,  blacking  and  ink  factory,  corner  M'Gill  and 
St.  James  streets. 

Hare,  Jannes,  brassfounder,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Hare,  James,  labourer,  5  St.  Antoine  street. 

Harkin,  H.,  dry  goods,  118  Notre  Dame  street,  house  oj^- 
posite  Viger  Market. 

Harkin  &  Badeaux,  dry  goods,  140  Notre  Dame  street. 

Harnois,  Louis,  carpenter,  85  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Harnols,  A.,  carter,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Harold,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  68  Bonaventure  street. 

Harold,  John,  boots  and  shoes,  58  St.  Mary  street. 

Harold,  William,  boot  maker,  Custom-house  square. 

Harris,  Frederick,  bank  clerk,  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Guy  ats. 

Harris,  B.,  tailor,  84  St.  Mary  street. 

Harris,  E.  B.,  jeweller,  70  St.  Dominique  street. 

Harris,  John,  storeman,  7  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Harris,  Andrew,  joiner,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Harris>  William,  house  24  Salaberry  street. 

Harrison  &  M^Tavish,  general  merchants,  corner  St.  Sacra- 
ment and  St.  Nicholas  streets. 

Harrison,  H.,  house  Durocher  street,  foot  of  the  mountain. 

Harrison,  John,  tinsmith,  236  St.  Paul  street,  and  opposite 
House  of  Assembly, 

Harrison,  Richard,  china,  glass,  &c.,  12  M'^Gill  street. 

Harrison,  James,  blacksmith,  Dalhousie,  near  Common  street. 

Harrison,  Michael,  labourer,  5  Perthius  street. 

Harrison,  G.,  coopsr,  216  St.  Joseph  street. 

Harrison,  Thomas,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Tolentin  st. 

Hart,  Benjauin,  &  Co.,  (Theodore  Hart,)  general  merchants, 
corner  Recollet  and  St.  Helen  streets. 

Hart,  Benjamin,  house  Durocher  street,  foot  of  the  mountain. 

Hart,  Theodore,  house  170  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hart,  Adolphus  M.,  advocate,  8  St.  Vincent  street. 

Hart,  Daniel,  grocer,  50  St.  Dominique  street. 

Hart,  George,  carpenter,  Dalhousie,  near  Common  street. 


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Hart,  Edward,  house  59  St.  Paul  street. 

Hart,  James,  pedlar,  Fabrique  street. 
Hart,  Simon,  jeweller,  127  Craig  street. 

Hartgrave,  John,  carter,  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Ilartgrave,  Andrew,  clerk,  13  St.  Lewis  street. 

Hartley,  W.  M.  B.,  advocate,  33  Little  St.  James  street, 
house  131  Sherbrooke  street. 

Harvey,  Alfred,  house  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Urbain  sts. 

Harvey,  S.,  mason.  Busby  lane. 

Harvey,  James,  labourer,  78J  St.  Mary  street. 

Hatch,  John,  government  clerk,  3  Berry  lane. 

Hath,  A.,  joiner,  31  Salaberry  street. 

Hausselman,  S.,  house  57  Campeau  street. 

Hautson,  William,  house  17  St.  Genevieve  street. 

Hawkins,  Thomas,  wholesale  and  retail  boots  and  shoes,  99 
St.  Paul  street,  house  42  Sanguinet  street. 

Hawkins,  Samuel,  sawyer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 

Hay,  John,  tailor,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 

Hay,  John,  distiller,  Colborne,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 

Hay,  George,  carpenter.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Hayes  (A.)  &  Hauck  (J.  P.,)  hats  and  furs,  96,  and  manu- 
factory 141  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hayes,  A.,  house  Bleury,  near  Sherbrooke  street, 

Hayes,  B.,  grocer,  28  St.  Mary  street. 

Hayes,  P.,  tavern,  11  St.  Paul  street. 

Hayes,  P.,  baker,  68  St.  Maurice  street. 

Hays,  M.  J.,  water  works,  28  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hays,  James,  turner,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Haysley,  Richard,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St. 
Alexander  street. 

Hazel,  G.,  dry  goods,  166  Notre  Dame  street. 

Heany,  Hugh,  labourer,  49  St.  Maurice  street. 

Hearle,  James,  coppersmith  and  plunjber,  Hospital,  near 
Notre  Dame  street,  house  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St. 
Alexander  streets. 

Heath,  Jas.  G.,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  City  Bank  build- 
ings, St.  Paul  street. 

Heath,  VVv,  shoemaker,  19  St.  Dominique  street. 

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Heatherington,  William,  shoemaker,  33  Amherst  street. 

Heathrigg,  John,  labourer,  79  Water  street. 

H6bert,  F.,  tailor,  St.  Catherine,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Hebert,  Joseph,  labourer,  239  St.  Joseph  street. 

Hebert,  M.,  voyageur,  173  St.  Joseph  street. 

Hedge,  Samuel,  wholesale  hardware  and  axes,  194  St.  Paul 
street. 

Hedge,  Samuel,  house  corner  St.  Nicholas  and  St.  Paul  si?. 

Hedge  &,  Conner,  foundry  and  blacksmiths,  corner  Bleury 
street  and  Foilification  lane,  near  Great  St.  James  streeti 

Hedge,  William,  house  corner  Hay  Market  and  M'Gill  st. 

Hedge,  Henry,  joiner,  2:2  Inspector  street. 

Henderson  (Jas.)  &  Hooker  (A.)  &  Co.  (L.  H.  Holton),  for- 
warders and  commission  merchants.  Common  street,  near 
Canal  wharf. 

Henderson,  Brother  &  Co.,  hats  and  furs,  94  Notre  Dame  st. 

Henderson,  Jame?,  house  131  Bleury  street. 

Henderson,  John,  carpenter,  corner  St.  Mary  and  Gain  st?- 

Henderson,  Frs.,  carter,  Ii8  St.  Dominique  street. 

Henderson,  Gordon,  smith,  U  St.  Dominique  street. 

Henderson,  Catheiine,  house  24  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Hendeison,  Eliz?,  washing,  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Henderson,  Uobeit,  joiner,  l7  Amherst  street. 

Heney,  Nicholas,  joiner,  Sanguinef,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Hennessy,  Jas.,  joiner,  William,  near  Prince  street. 

Hennessy,  Thos.,  labourer.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street 

Hennessy,  Patiick,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Henry,  James,  house  Recollet,  near  St.  Peter  street. 

Henry,  James,  cabinet  maker,  Craig  street,  opposite  the 
Hay  Market. 

Henry,  Hugh,  labourer,  St.  Tolentin,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Henr}',  Andrew,  labourer,  16  Campeau  street, 

Henry,  Joseph,. sawyer.  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street,. 

Henshaw,  Mrs.,  house  27  St.  Lewis  street. 

Hepburn,  William,  house  7  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Herbert,  J.  W.,  &  Co.,  music  store,  llO  Notre  Dame  street. 

Herbert,  Henry,  joiner,  George,  near  William  street. 

Herbert,  Ed  ward,,  lawyer,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Charles  Bor- 
romee street. 


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Heron,  George,  butcher,  48  Montcalm  street* 

Ilsrsc,  Mis.  M.,  bakery,  34  St.  Joseph  street. 

Herst,  John,  joiner,  69  Campeau  street. 

Hester,  John,  grocer,  corner  Visitation  and  Lagaucbetiere 
streets. 

Hester,  James,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 

HewarJ,  Francis  II.,  house  Sherbrooko,  near  St.  Charles 
Borromee  street. 

Hewitt,  J.  VV.,  boarding  house,  23  M'Gill  street. 

Hewitt,  Thomas,  music  teacher,  17  St.  Maurice  street. 

Hewitt,  John  P.,  mail  contractor,  17  St.  Maurice  street. 

Heynman,  P.  F.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  entrance  of  St.  An- 
toine  street. 

Hibbard,  George,  miller,  Dalhousie,  near  Common  street. 

Hick,  R.,  house  15  Chenneville  street. 

Hick,  John,  brass  founder,  King,  near  Common  street. 

Hickey,  Thomas,  teacher,  13  Brock  street. 

Hickman,  W.  H.,  house  51  M<Gill  street. 

Hickock,  C,  hatter,  74  St.  Urbain  street. 

Hicky,  James,  labourer,  Piince,  near  Common  street. 

Higgins,  Patrick,  labourer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbain  st. 

Highland,  Michael,  labourer,.  Lagaucbetiere,  near  Bleury  St.- 

Highland,  Patrick,  brewer,  99  St.  Urbain  street. 

Highland,  David,  labourer.  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Hill,  Thomas,  agent  for  Cotlerell,  Hill  &  Co.,  Sheffield,  Ex- 
change Court,  Sf.  Paul  street. 

Hill,  C.  G.,  house  129  Bleury  street. 

Hilliard,  L.,  agent  for  Pioneer  steamboat  line,  corner  George 
and  Common  streets,  house  King,  near  Common  street.. 

Hillock,  Miss,  dress  maker,  157  Craig  street. 

Hillock,  George,  salesman,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 

'jiilton  (John,)  &  Baird  (E.)  cabinet  and  upholstery,  11  Place- 
d'Armes. 

Hilton,  John,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  Lagaucbetiere  st.. 

Hilton,  John,  blacksmith,  Ann,  near  Common  street. 

Hillyer,  William,  artist,  121  St.  Paul  street. 

Himsworth,  Mrs.,  house  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Hinchliff,  Joseph,cloth  store,  170  Notre  Dame  street 


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Hinton,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  39  St.  Ignace  street. 

Hinton,  Isaac,  shoemaker,  Victoria  road,  near  i>t.  Catherine 
street. 

Hinton,  William,  shoemaker,  Victoria  road,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

Hitchins,  Joseph,  prtints,  glass,  &c.,  1  St.  Mary  street,  house 
61  Water  street. 

Hoare,  Thumac,  hootmaker.  Queen,  near  Common  street. 

Hobbs,  George,  grocer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Visitation  street. 

Hoilges,  John,  cab  yard,  55  St.  Urbain  street. 

Hodges,  C,  dry  goods,  174  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hodgson,  John,  millwright,  98  St.  Mary  street. 

Ilodgkinson,  Levi,  furniture  warehouse,  23  St.  Lawrence  st. 

Hogan,  John,  waiter.  113  Sanguinet  street. 

Hogan,  John,  joiner,  58  Bleury  street. 

Hogan,  JameFj  crimper,  Ann,  near  William  street. 

Hogard,  John,  shoemaker,  St.  Dominique,  near  Dorchester  st. 

Hogaith,  John,  blacksmith,  90  St.  Mary  street. 

Howg,  Joseph,  carpenter,  47  Montcalm  street. 

Hogg,  Amabli?,  carpenter,  Mignonne,  near  Brock  street. 

Hogg,  I'ierre,  labourer,  IVIignonne;  near  Brock  street. 

Hogg,  Moses,  baker,  o/I*  St.  Catherine,  near  Hubert  street. 

Hogg,  Mrs.  Joseph,  2  MountRin  street. 

■Hogg,  Pierre,  joiner,  corner  "Wolfe  and  Dorchester  streets. 

Holbert,  Miss,  dress  maker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  st. 

Hohlham,  J.  VV.,  clerk,  146  Craig  street. 

Hollahan,  Michael,  joiner,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
Holland,  John,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  fancy  goods,  ^81 

St.  Paul  street. 
Holland,  John,  house  142  Bleur}'  street. 
Holland,  G.  A.,  fancy  goods,  159  Notre  Dame  street. 
Holland,  P.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  street. 
Holland,  A.  T.,  srocer,  58  St.  Maurice  street. 
Holland,  Michael,  plasterer,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 
Holmes,   Benjamin,  cashier  Bank  of  Montreal,  Great   St. 

James  street. 
Holmes,  A.  F.,  ]\T.D.,  24  Great  St,  James  street. 


93 

Holmes,  J.,  registrar  of  Trinity  House,  iiouse  11  St.  Francois 

street. 
Holmes,  James,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
HollowaVjCol.,  loyal  cnj;iaeers,  21  Notre  Dame  street,  house 

23  Great  St.  James  street, 
llolloway,   C,  military  tailor,  Colborne  Avenue,  near  St. 

Mary  street. 
Iloitj  Mis.  Geord;e  J.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbain  st. 
Holton,  Luther  H.,  hou^e  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 
Homier,  Joseph,  tailor,  107  S<.  Lawrence  street. 
Hnmier,  J.  15.,  house  corner  Doic!. ester  and  St.  Constant  ^ts. 
Homier,  Frs.,  mason,  115  Sansjuinet  street. 
Homier,  Edward,  stone  cutter,  Dortlioster,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Hondlovv,   Sylvester,   Hondlow's  hotel,  corner  M'Gill  and 

Lemoinc  streets* 
Hondlow,  Mrs.,  house  19  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Honey,  John,  advocate,  55  Sanguinet  street. 
Honey,  Mansfield,  nailer,  Ann,  near  Common  street. 
Honeyman,  James,  stone  cutter,  5  St.  Germain  street. 
JIooJ  (J.)  &  Thorn  (Wm.)  cabinet  ware,  42  St.  Paul  and  9 

Si.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Hood,  Peter,  cooper,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Gaorge  street. 
Hood,  P.,  boarding  house.  Camp  ^au,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Hoole,  Michael,  carter,  53  St.  Maurice  street. 
Hooper,  James,  tailor,  125  Crai^  street. 
Hopkins,  Michael,  labourer,  Chabellois  street, 
ilopkin,  Robert,  clerk,  St.  Uibain,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Hore,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  Queen,  near  Common  street. 
Horn,  John,  agent,  48  Chcnneville  street. 
Horn,  Mrs.,  house  54  Chenneville  street. 
Horner,  Joseph,  silk  dyer  and  dry  gooJs,  184  Notre  Dame  st. 
Horning,  Robert,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 
Horsenell,  William,  tailor,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 
Horsley,  Mrs.,  school,  Nazareth,  near  Wellingtor>  street. 
Horlon,  John,  brewer,  Fullum,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Houlc,  J.  B.,  notary  public,  204  Notre  Dame  street. 
Houston,  Adam,  carpenter.  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 


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Iloaston, Mrs.,  hoarding  house,  Dalhnusie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Houston,  William,  rope    maker,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington 

street. 
Houston,  Jamc?,  labourer,  William,  near  Colhorne  street. 
Howard,  (R.)  mm\  Thompson  (W.  H),  dry  goods,  107  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Howard,  Genri^o,  carpenter,  St.  Mary,  near  Queen  square. 
Howden  &  Tag'jjait,  academy,  11  Craig  street. 
Howell,  KdvvHrd,  wines  and  gioceries,  l72  St.  Paul  street. 

and  4  lM-(iill  slrei  t. 
Howell,  Eiiwaid,  bulclicr,  Victoiia  road. 
Howel',  William,  cleik,  of  Tiinity  Cljurch,  47  Sanguinet  st. 
Hoy,  Thoma«;,  labourer,  .'J7  V'ultigenr  street. 
Hoy,  Joiin,  la!)oiirer.  Visitation,  near  L:^gauchetiore  street. 
Hoy,  Patrick,  labourer,  \'.i  St.  Chailes  Rorromce  street. 
Hoy,  John,  hair  dresser,  1:20  Notre  Dame  street, 
lloy,  George,  hair  diesser,  171  Notre  Dame  street. 
Hoyle,  Miss  I\I.  A.,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Hubert,  K.,  advocate,  IS  St. Vincent  street. 
Hudon,  E.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods  and  groceries,  ItXJ 

St.  Paul  street. 
Huddell,  James,  post-man,  16  St.  Antoine  street. 
Huddell,  James  O.,  clcik,  15  Little  St.  James  street. 
Hudson,  John,  tailor,  51  St.  George  street. 
Hughes,  Michael,  grocer,  earner  St.  Mary  and  Gain  streets. 
Hughes,  N.  H.,  Government  clerk,  17  St.  Lewis  street. 
Hull,  Mrs.,  grocer,  Lagaucheiiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 
Hume,  Mrs.,  house  8  Wolfe  street. 
Humphry?,  Robert,  «:hoem.>ker,  39  Bonaventure  street. 
Humphrys,  John,  house  65  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Huneau,  Joseph,  sniith,  11'2  St.  Joseph  street. 
Hunt  &  Ross,  carpenters,  GO  St.  Charles  Horromee  street. 
Hunter,  Andrew,  pattern  maker,  corner  King  and  Common 

streets. 
Hunter,  William,  mil!er,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
Hunter,  Thomas,  house  77  Cleury  street. 
Hunter,  George,  shoemaker,  25  St.  Urbain  street. 
Hurley  &  Prendergast,  starch  factory,  Cemetery,  near  St^ 

Antoine  street. 


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Hupay,  B.,  cab-buihier,  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Hupay,  P.,  confectioner,  Montcalm  near  St.  Catlierioe  st. 

Hurteau,  Miss,  house  head  of  German  street. 

Hurteau,  Leon,  trader,  80  Visitation  street. 

iliiitibis,  C,  painter,  183  St.  Joseph  street. 

llurtibisj  Gabriel,  gardener,  3  IMoiiMtaiii  street. 

Hurtibis,  M.,  blacksmith,  183  St.  Joseph  street. 

Ilurtibis,  Moses,  carpenter,  13  German  street. 

Ilutchins  (H.)  &,  Proctor  (C.  D.)  wliolcsale  grocers,  corner 

M'Gill  and  Commissioners  streets, 
Hutchins,  H.,  house  corner  College  and  St.  Ilonry  streets. 
Ilutchins,  J.,  house  32  St.  Lewis  street. 
Ilutchins,  B.,  house  corner  IM'Gill  and  College  streets. 
Hutchinson,  John,  grocer,  GO  Bleury  st^ee^ 
Hutchinson,  William,  builder,  Fortification  lane. 
Hutchinson,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Hutchinson,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  29  St.  Paul  street. 
Hutchinson,  Jamos,  joiner,  Gabriel,  near  (ieorge  street. 
Hutchinson,  William,  joiner,  53  St.  Uibain  street. 
Hutchison,  J.,  wines  and  groceries,  58  Notro   Dame  street, 

house  Lagauchetiere  near  Sanguinct  street. 
Hutson,  Thomas,  engineer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Ignace  st. 
lluUun,  James,  agent  for  IMarshcs  &  Shepperd,  190  St.  Paul 

street. 
Hyatt,  Mrs.,  grocer,  corner  Dorchester  and  Montcalm  streets. 
IBHOTTSON,  Henry  J.,  advocate,  7  St.  Francois  Xavier  st. 

house  Victoria  road,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Ibbotson,  IL,  sen,  house  Victoria  road. 
Idler,  Ernest,  butcher  and  grocer,  corner  Sanguinet  and  Dor- 
chester street. 
Idler,  G.,  butcher,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  street. 
Ilsley,  James,  carpenter,  75  St.  Dominique  street. 
Inglis,  James,  foundryinan,   corner   Victoria   road   and    St. 

Mary  street. 
Inglis,  Wilson,  printer,  Duford  street,  near  Vigor  Market. 
Inspection   Store  for  Pot  and  Pearl  Ashes,   College,   near 

M'Gill  street. 
Irvin,  Patrick,  tailor,  15  Bonaventure  street. 


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livine  (John)  &  Co.,  general  merchantii,  corner  of   Notre 

Dame  street  and  Place  d'Armes. 
Irvine,  John,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  street. 
Irving,  John,  Buck  inn,  St.  Paul,  near  Bonsecours  street 
Irwin,  Mrs.,  saddlery,  19  M'Gill,  near  Lemoine  street,  house 

St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 
Irwin,  Thomas,  labourer,  Shaw,  off'  St.  Mary  street. 
Irwin,  David,  labourer,  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  Jail. 
Isaacson,  R.  P.,  Dolly's  chop  house,  20  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier 

street. 
Isaacson,  J.  H.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alexander  st. 
Isaacs,  S.,  furrier.  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 
Ivey,  John,  carpenter,  12  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Ivory,  James,  smith,  93  St.  Constant  street. 
JABOTTE,  J.  B.,  joiner,  11  Visitation  street. 
Jackattel,  Joseph,  organ  builder,  130  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Jackson,  Doctor,  stati',  55,  Great  St.  James  street. 
Jackson,  Henry,  house  2  Corinvall  terrace,  St.  Denis  strett. 
Jackson,  Daniel,  plasterer,  5  Perthius  street. 
Jackson,  Thomas,  boots  and  shoes,  Wellington,  near  George 

street. 
Jackson,  William,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Jackson,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  st. 
Jackscn,  James,  grocer,  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  Jail. 
Jackson,  Joseph,  labourer,  oifCampcau  street. 
Jamieson,  Mr?.,  house  53  St.  Urbain  street, 
Jamieson,  A1exander,jolner,  Bricknelds,  GrilKntown. 
Jamieson,  Charles,  ropemaker,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  st. 
Jamieson,  Thomas,  tdvein,  35  St.  Mary  street. 
Jamieson,  William,  cooper,  28  Wolfe  street. 
Jdne.«,  D.  P.,  flour  and  groceries,  wholesak  and  retail,  237 

St.  Paul  street. 
Jaques,  George  E.,  book-keeper,  Ann,  near  William  street. 
Jetfers,  Henry,  labourer,  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  street. 
Jellyman,  Joseph,  pasteboard  maker,  12  St.  Genevieve  st. 
Jenand,  F.  L.,  bailii!',  Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Jennette,  Feli.v,  clerk,  38  Bonaventure  street. 
Jenking,  Thomas,  brushmaker,  238  St.  Paul  street,  house  19 

St.  Genevieve  street. 


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jenning,  Patrick,  gardener,  20  St.  George  street. 

Jeremie,  Hypolite,  house,  West  Police  Station  House,  4  St. 

Joseph  street. 
Jesuits,  Society  of,  house  west  end  of  St.  Antoine  street 
Jiles,  C.,  tailor,  St.  Charles  Borromce,  near  Craig  street. 
Jobert,  Mrs.,  house  Vitre  near  St.  Dominique  street. 
Jobin,  J.  H.,  notary  public,  83  St.  P-iul  street. 
Jobin,  Joseph,  cider  brewer,  1 17  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Jobson,  R.  T.,  carpenter.  Prince,  near  Wellin^jto.i  street. 
Jodoin,  F.,  joiner,  17  Adolphus  street. 
Jodoin,  Amable,  lumher  yard,  10  Craig  street. 
Jodoine,  Pierre,  dry  goods,  86  and  101  St.  Paul  street. 
Johnson,  Mrs.  Mary,  house  35  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Johnson,  Robert,  printer,  60  Sanj^uinet  street. 
Johnson,  George,  house  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Johnson,  William,  labourer,  36  St.  George  street. 
Johnson,  John,  cabinet  maker,  16  St.  Joseph  street. 
Johnson,  Richard,  grocer,  117  St.  Mary  street. 
Johnson,  Mrs.,  ladies'  school,  Recollet,  near  St.  Peter  street. 
Johnson,  John,  carpenter.  Jure,  near  St.  Alexander  street. 
Johnson,  William,  tailor,  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 
Johnson,  F.  G.,  advocate,  10  St.  Vincent  street,  house  Du- 

rocljer,  near  Sherbrooke  street. 
Johnson,  M.  F.,  cabinet  maker,  25  Great  St.  James  street. 
Johnson,  Gordon,  clerk,  Geor!]fe,near  Common  street. 
Johnson,  George  N.,  grocer,  82  Bonaventure  street. 
Johnson,  James,  carter.  Queen,  near  Common  street. 
Johnson,  Thoma?,  watchmaker,  13  St.  Mary  street. 
Johnston,  Mrs.  S.,  boarding  house,  5  St.  Dominique  street. 
Johnston,  Mrs.  Mary,  house  55  Great  St.  James  street. 
Joinette,  D.,  carpenter,  124  St.  Constant  street. 
Jolicoeur,  Frs.,  mason,  Lagaucheticre,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
JoliccEur,  J.  B.,  tinsmith,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 
Jolly,  James,  saddler.  Fortification  lane,  near  St.  Francois 

Xavier  street. 
Jones,  Joseph,  coroner,  house  36  St.  Denis  street. 
Jones,  Joseph,  agent  for  the  Protection  and  i^.tna  Insurance 

Companies  of  Hartford,  City  Bauk  building,  St.  Paul  st. 

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Jones,  Tboinas,  bouse  11  Tolentin  street. 

Jones,  U.,  &  Co.,  forwarding  merchants,  Common,  near  Dal- 
bousie  street. 

Jones,  John,  Tattersall's  auction  mart,  Great  St.  James  st. 

Jones,  John,  house  12  Bonaventure  street. 

Jordan,  R.,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Jordan,  John,  dry  goods,  172  St.  Paul  and  172  I^Iotre  Dame 
streets. 

Jordan,  James,  dry  goods,  154  St.  Paul  street. 

Joseph,  G.,  advocate,  33  Little  ^ft.  James  street. 

Joseph,  H.,  &  Co., (J.  H.  &  A.  Joseph),  wholesale  manufac- 
turers, and  importers  of  tobacco,  144  and  130  St.  Paul  St. 

Joseph,  Mrs.,  house  44  St.  Uibain  street. 

Joseph,  Jesse,  general  merchant,  6  St.  Sacrament,  house  44, 
St.  Urbain  street. 

Joseph,  J.  H.,  house  44  St.  Urbain  street. 
Jovalletti,  Mrs.,  bouse  l32  St.  Joseph  street. 
Joubert,  A.  D.,  Police,  Lagaucbeticre,  near  Panet  street. 
Judab,  H.,  advocate,  31  St.  James  place,  Little  St.  James  st. 
Judab,  T.  S.,  advocate,  11  St.  Vincent  street,  house  Dor- 
chester street,  near  Richmond  square. 
Judge,  Patrick,  dry  goods,  64  St.  Mary  street. 
Julien,  J.  B.,  saddler,  70  Notre  Dame  street. 
KAIN,  Bernard,  carter.  Queen,  near  William  street. 
Kain,  Bernard,  bricklayer,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
Kain,  Clement,  9  St.  Moniquc  street. 

Kain, ,  dentist,  24  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Kairns,  M.  B.,  house  58  St.  Maurice  street. 

Kavanah,  James,  labourer,  35  St.  Maurice  street. 

Kay,  Thomas,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  81  Common  street, 

house  Durocher  street,  near  the  Mountain. 
Kay,  John,  wholesale  dry  goods,  168  St.  Paul  street. 
Kay,  Mrs.  M.,  house  Hadigonde  street. 
Kearse,  K.  C,  merchant  tailor,  220,  St.  Paul  street. 
Keef,  Edward,  blacksmith,  William,  near  George  street. 
Keely,  M.,  labourer,  36  W^olfe  street. 
Keely,  John,  joiner,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetlere  street* 
Keely,  William,  labourer,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 


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Keenan,  Mrs.,  bouse  Vitre,  near  Chenneville  street. 
Keevan,  Alexander,  cabinet  maker,  100  St.  Urbaia  street. 
Keiller,  James,  Montreal  bank. 
Keiller,  John,  confectioner,  wholesale  and  retail,  l27i  Notre 

Dame  street,  house  20  Little  St.  James  street. 
Keiller,  D.,  confectioner,  104  Notre  Dame  street. 
Kell,  Wm.,  bailiir,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Keileny,  Lewis,  dry  goods,  76  Notre  Dame  street. 
Keller,  John,  wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  105  St.  Paul 

street,  house  130  St.  Paul  street. 
Kelly,  Thomas,  tavern,  2ll  Notre  Dame  street. 
Kelly,  Edward,  house  Sanguinet,  near  Craig  street. 
Kelly,  J.  &  Co.,  carpenters,  joiners  &c.,  yard  123  Craig  st. 
Kelly,  J.,  bouse  123  Craig  street. 
Kelly,  W.,  grocer,  25  St.  Urbain  street. 
Kelly,  James,  carpenter,  Hcrmine  street. 
Kelly,  Michael,  house  123  Craig  street. 
Kelly,  Michael,  joiner,  22  Salaberry  street. 
Kelly,  B.,  joiner,  College,  near  Chabellois  street. 
Kelly,  John,  sawyer,  Gabriel,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
Kelly,  Patrick,  plasterer,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Kelly,  Patrick,  tarern.  Foundling  street. 
Kelly,  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  Nazareth,  near  George  street. 
Kelly,  John,  carpenter.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Kemp,  John,  grocer,  74  St.  Paul  street. 
Kendall,  Major,  R.  A.,  1  Durham  place,  St.  Lewis  street. 
Kennedy,  Timothy,  tailor.  College,  near  Dupr6  lane. 
Kennedy,  Angus,  wines  and  groceries,  10  St.  Joseph  street. 
Kennedy,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  2  Bleury  street. 
Kennedy,  Wm.,  carpenter,  and  joiner,  13  Bleury  street. 
Kenning,  M.,  pedlar,  St.  Amable  lane. 
Kenney,  James,  storeman,  St.  Mary,  near  Fullum  street. 
Kennon,  M.,  smith,  71  St.  Joseph  street. 
Kernon,  John,  gardener,  head  of  Amherst  street. 
Kerney,  Simeon,  cabinet  maker,  15  St.  Maurice  street. 
Ken  worthy,  Edward,  grocer,  26  St.  Antoine  street. 
Kenworthy,  George  E.,  grocer,  Lagauchetlere,  near  Amherst 
street. 


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Kerens,  M.  B.,  house  corner  Prince  and  George  streets. 
Kerens,  Thomas,  tailor,  Wuilington,  near  Ann  street. 
Kerens,  Jolin,  Farmers'  hotel,  corner  King  and  Common  sts. 
Kernick,  William,  carpenter,  Lagaucheticre,  near  St.  Con- 

stant  street. 
Kerr,  AViliiam,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  201  St.  Paul  sC. 
Kerr,  William,  house  ti3  St.  Antoine  street. 
Kerr,  \Vm.,  fcuiuler,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street,  house 

Wellington,  near  Prince  street. 
Kerr,  John,  en>;incer,  St.  Mary,  near  Fiillum  street. 
Kerr,  Jame.^',  ck-rk,  07  S.ingiiiiict  street. 
Kerr,  Thomas,  clerk,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 
Kerr,  M,  joiner,  110  St.  Mary  street. 
Kerr,  James,  [.ainter,  'i:i  Chenneville  street. 
Kerrigan,  IBenjamiu,  dairy,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Kershaw,  John,  grocer,  4ti  M'Gill  street. 
Keys,  Charles,  carter,  34  Mountain  street. 
Kidner,  John,  grocer,  St.  Alexander,  near  Jure  street. 
Killoch,  Blrs.  M.,  straw  bonael  manufacturer^  7  St.  Urbain 

street. 
Killoch,  Matthew,  shoemaker,  7  St.  Urbain  street. 
Kilgour,  Joseph,  joiner,  Brickiield?,  Gritfintown. 
Kiely,  Patrick,  plasterer,  HI  St.  Constant  street. 
King,  E.  J.,  house  head  of  Mountain  street. 
King,  Wm.,  saddler,  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 
King,  Jamep,  mason,  50  Wolfe  street. 
King,  Patrick,  gardener,  i>t.  Andre,  near  Mignonne  street. 
King,  James,  gardener,  St.  Andie,  near  Mignonne  street. 
King,  Thoma.s,  millwiight,  corner  Wellington  and  Nazareth 

streets. 

King,  J.  Inglis,  house  corner  St.  Antoine  and  Guy  streets. 

King,  George,  grocer,  corner  St.  Elizabeth  and  Lagauchetiere 

stiei't=i. 
Kingan  and  Kinloch,  groceries  and  wines,  226  St.  Paul  st. 

Kinloch,  A.,  mason,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Kinnear,  David,  editor,  house  Albert  place,  Lagauchetiere  st. 

Kirk,  James,  founder,  46  Volligeur  street. 

Kirkpatrick,  Andrew,  cooper,  68  Bonaventurc  street.    . 


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Kirkpatricic,  Mrs.,  houi3  Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  it. 

Kirkup,  Robert,  grocer,  Fabrtque  street,  house  20  St.  Eliza* 
beth  street. 

Kirkup,  Joseph,  brash  maker,  4  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Knapp  &  NoaJ,  general  merchants,  23  St.  Peter  street. 

Knapp,  James,  Secretary  of  the  Montreal  Mutual  Fire  In- 
surance Company,  house  148  Bleury  street. 

Knibbs,  John,  tailor,  College,  near  Dupre  lane. 

Knowlton,  Samuel,  agent,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleary  street. 

Knox,  Mrs.  Ann,  dressmaker,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 

Koester,  Mrs.  George,  tavern,  corner  Mountain  and  St.  An- 
toine  streets. 

Kollfflyer,  Miss,  house  19  St.  Antoine  street. 

KoUmyer,  H.,  printer,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Craig  st. 

Kurczyn,  N.  P.  M.,  house  King,  near  William  street. 

Kurczyn,  S.  tobacconist,  7  M<Gill  street. 

Kurczyn,  N.  J.  W.,  grocer,  78  Notre  Dame  street. 

Kurczyn,  W.  H.  tobacconist,  75  St.  Paul  street. 

Kyle,  John,  joiner,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street 
LABADIE,  J.  A.,  notary  public,  14  Little  St.  James  street. 
Labarge,  A.,  carpenter,  5  St.  Lewis  street. 
Labarge,  A.,  stone  cutter,  74  St.  Hubert  street. 
Labatt,  Miss,  milliner,  175  Notre  Dame  street. 
Labee,  Joseph,  trader,  108  St.  Mary  street. 
Labelle,  Charles,  joiner,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Labelle,  Charles,  stone  cutter,corner  Dorchester  and  Brock  sts. 
Labelle,  J.  B.,  saw  filer,  24  Montcalm  street. 
Labelle,  Joseph,  butcher,  ofi  Mountain  street. 
Labelle,  Antoine,  house  77  Bonaventure  street. 
Labelle,  T.,  tavern,  40  St.  Mary  street. 
Labelle,  Paul,  house  17  Wolfe  street. 
Labelle  Sc  David,  pointers,  St.  Philip,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Labelle,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Labelle,  Narcisse,  roofer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Labelle,  Peter,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Labelle,  A.,  carpenter,  76  St.  Hubert  street. 
Labelle,  Joseph,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Labelle,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  street. 

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Laborge,  iMrs.,  house  Li;^.TjcIielicro,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 
Labrccho,  Francis,  painter,  55  Honavonture  street. 
Labrcchc,  F.,  carter,  St.  I'iiilij)  near  Valloe  street. 
Labranche,  David,  house  139  St.  Constant  street. 
Lat»onle,  Louis,  boarJiiv;  hous.»  ir»3  Craig  street. 
Labontc',  AFrs.,  house  40  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lacasse,  A.,  grocer,  Victoria  Roid,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Lacasso,  Kilward,  mason,  135  San2;uinit  street. 
Lacasse,  John,  mason,  I'anct,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Lachanco,  Joseph,  carter,  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Lacliapelle,  L.,  beer  malcpr,  St.  Jcseph  near  Inspector  street. 
Lachapeilf',  J.  B.,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Lachapelle,  Jose  ph,  blaek.smiti),  Montcalm,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Lachaine,  O.,  mason,  13  Vallce  street. 
Lachaine,  Franci.'',  house  135  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Lacloche,  Joseplt,  trader,  71  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Lacombe,  Jacques,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street,  New  market. 
Lacombe,  U.,  labourer,  INIignonnc,  near  St.  Constant  street. 
Lacombe,  I'iene,  house  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St.  Urbain 

streets. 
Lacombe,  Simon,  trader,  St.  Catlierine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Lacoste,  Benjanjin,  carter,  Tok-ntin,  near  Lagaucheticre  st. 
Lacoste,  Francis,  butcher,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonne  st. 
Lacroix,  J.  D.,  house  7  Cornwall  Terrace,  St.  Denis  street. 
Lacroix,  Augustus,  baker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Lacroix,  Charles,  shoemaker,  I'iO  Sanguinet  street. 
Ladd,  Calvin,  house  corner  Great  St.  James  and  Bleury  sts. 
Ladieux,  Edward,  house  61  St  Maurice  street. 
Ladoucers,  T.,  clerk,  90  St.  Denis  street. 
Ladoucers,  Mrs.,  house  5  St.  Margaret  street. 
Laduramin,  V.,  blacksmith,  St.  Joseph  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Lafeticre,  Joseph,  carpenter,  93  St.  Urbain  streets 
Latlamme,  F.,  carter,  109  Sanguinet  street. 
Laflamme,  M.  S.,  dry  goods  and  groceries,  College,  near  St. 

Henry  street. 
Laflamme,  Louis,  wheelwright,  22  Visitation  street. 
Laflamme,  Francis,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Laflamme,  Augustus,  trader,  German,  above  Mignonne  »t. 


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Lanamme,  F.  X.,  tinsmith,  coiner  ft.  Antoine  and  Crai){  sli. 
Latlamme,  Joseph,  leather,  &c.,   Fabrique,   house   151  ^t. 

Lawrence  street. 
Liftlamine,  M.  A.,  oil  cloth  factory,  165  Craig  street. 
L:iliaiiim(>,  Fran(,")is,  carter,  15*2  St.  Lawrence  street, 
/^alleur,  IMis.  F.,  house  10  Campeau  street. 
Lallcur,  P.,  joiner,  Lagaucheticre,  near  Adolphus  street. 
Lafleur,  Charles,  joiner,  Visitation,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Lafleur,  Joseph,  mason,  37  St.  Ignace  street. 
Lafleur,  James,  carter,  41  Montcalm  street. 
Lafontaine,  L.  H.,  advocate,  18  Little  St.  James  street. 
Lafontainc  &  Berlhelot,  advocates,  l8  Little  St.  James  street. 
Lafontaine,  A.,  carter,  38  Visitation  street. 
Lifontainc,  Oliver,  confeclioner,  28  Chabellois  street. 
Lafontaine,  L.,  dry  goods  158  St.  Paul  street. 
Lafontaine,  J.  B.,  turner,  Dorchester,  near  German  street. 
Lafontaine,  Joseph,  joiner,  lane  ofl' Mountain  street. 
Lafontaine,  N.,  bailifi',  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Lafontaine,  J.  B.,  cooper,  133  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Laforest,  J.  B.,  mason,  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Laforce,  Michel,  butcher,  Panet,  near  St,  Catherine  street. 
Laforce,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe  st. 
Laframboise,  M.,  advocate,  St.  Therese  street. 
Laframboise,  A.,  house  71  Craig  street. 
Lafrance,  Antoine,  carter,  145  Sanguinet  street. 
Lafrance,  F.,  labourer,  17  Adolphus  street. 
Lafrance,  Alexander,  painter.  Inspector,  near  College  street. 
Lafranchis,  L.,  waterman,  39  Visitation  street. 
Lafranchis,  Toussaint,bakcr,  St.  Catherine,near  Visitation  sts* 
Lafrenicre,  C.  saddler,  18  Salabery  street. 
Lafreniere,  Olivier,  saddler,  44  Panet  street. 
Lafreniere,  Cyprion,  saddler,  48  St.  Mary  street. 
Lafricain,  Louis,  mason,  48  St.  Lewis  street. 
Lafrlcain,  Mrs.  Julie,  boarding  house,  St.  Paul,  near  Bonse- 

cours  street. 
Lafricain,  E.,  cooper,  38  St.  Lewis  street. 
Lafricain,  Baptiste,  cooper,  corner  Montcalm  and  Dorchester 
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Lafricain,  Edward,  ihoemaker,  24  St.  Lewis  street. 
Lagarde,  Mrs.,  house  Panet,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Lagarde,  Mrs.,  house  29  Visitation  street. 

Lagarnade,  Etienne,  blacksniith,  155  St.  LawreDce  street. 

Lfigrave,  Louis,  house  129  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lahais,  Mrs.,  house  12  Wolfe  street. 

Lahais,  L.,  joiner,  12  St.  Margaret  street. 

Lahee,  Daniel,  grocer,  142  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Laing,  Mrs.  C,  dressmaker,  22  St.  Urbain  street. 

Laird,  Robert,  shoemaker,  44  Amherst  street. 

Laird,  Alexander,  clerk,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Campeau  St. 

Lajennais,  Mrs.,  32  St.  Maurice  street. 

Lajennais,  Joseph,  mason,  105  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lajennais,  Frs.,  labourer,  16  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lajennais,  Basil,  eating  house,   St.  Charles  street,   New 
Market. 

Lajennai!:,  Louis,  cooper,  head  of  Brock  street. 

Lajennais,  Frs.,  mason,  head  of  Brock  street. 

Lajoie,  Moses,  tinsmith,  St.  Catherine,  near  Amherst  street. 

Lnjoie,  Etienne,  mason,  St.  Philip,  near  Vallee  street. 

Lalande,  Mrs.,  house  92  St.  Urbain  street. 

Laliere,  Michel,  carter,  16  Mountain  street. 

Lalongue,  Frs.,  house  139  Sanguinet  street. 

Lamarche,  Charles,  carter,  179  Craig  street. 
Lamarche,  G.  D.,  dry  goods,  47  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Lamarche,  P.,  carter,  44  St.  Maurice  street. 
Lamarche,  Edward,  tailor,  lane  off  Montcalm  street. 
Lamarche,  F.  D.,  cooper,  corner  Montcalm  and  Lagauche- 

tiere  streets.    ^ 
Lamarche,  Mrs.,  house  Water,  near  Grant  street. 
Lamarre,  Alexander,  farmer,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Lamb,  James,  baker,  104  St.  Mary  street. 
Lamb,  Robert,  baker,  106  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lamb,  Michael,  hatter,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Lambe,  Captain,  105  St.  Antoine  street. 
Lambert,  J.,  carpenter,  Wellington  street,  in  rear  of  the  Me- 
thodist chapel. 
Lambert,  Jeremiah,  joiner,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 


Lambert,  Abner,  house  110  St.  Dominique  iittcct. 
Laiiieux,  Mrs.  J.  B.,  house  1211  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lannonta*;ne,  A.,  house  Crai<^,  near  Rtdi^onde  street. 
Latnontagne,  Anthony,  joiner,  46  Montcalm  street. 
Lamonta;j;ne,  1\,  stone  cutter,  Duni  irais  lane. 
Lamonta<;ne,  Miss,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  I'hilip  street. 
Ldmuntagne,  Mrs.  S.,  house  10  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Ldinontagne,  Charles,  house  St.  Ili'len,  near  Leinoine  street. 
Lamontagne,  J.  B.,  mason,  130  Sanguinet  street. 
Lamontdgne,  Louis,  mason,  Dumarais  lane,  near  St.  Contitant 

street. 
Lamothe,  J.,  advocate,  St.  Theiese  street. 
Lamothe,  1'.,  notary  pudlic,  161  Notre  Dame  street,  house 

Lagauchetiert,  near  Sf.  Urbain  street, 
Lamothe,  Mr.,  houje  127  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Lamouchc,  Joseph,  shoemaker.  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Lamouche,  A.,  bedsteads,  &c.,  M^Ciiil,  near  Notre  Dame  st. 
Lamouche,  J.  B  ,  carter,  24  Vallee  street, 
Lamouche,  Simucl,  carter,  131  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Lamouche,  Frs.,  house  168  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Lamoureux,  G.,  sawyer,  41  Fanet  street. 
Lamoureux,  Eugene,  joiner,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Lancashire,  James,  coach  trimmer,  15  St.  Maurice  street. 
Lander,  John,  upholsterer,  Vitre,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee 

street. 
Landrigan,  John,  grocer,  corner  St.  Charles  Borromee  and 

Mignonne  streets. 
Lane,  John,  assistant  commissary  general,  4  Durham  place. 
Lang,  Rev.  Matthew,  Wesleyan,  corner  Fortification  lanu 

and  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Lang,  Thomas,  lumber  merchant,  26  Sanguinet  street. 
Lang,  R.,  shoemaker,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Langdale,  Philip,  storeman,  144  Craig  street. 
Langdale,  Mrs.,  milliner,  144  Craig  street. 
Langdon,  Joseph,  labourer,  131  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Langdon,  George,  butcher,  Mountain,  near  St.  Antoine  street. 
Langevin,  Frs.,  shoemaker,  l6  Margaret  street. 
Langevin,  Mrs.,  house  102  St.  Dominique  street. 


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Langhorn,  Thomas,  carpenter,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Langlois,  Louis,  carpenter,  18  Voltigeur  street. 

Langlois,  F.,  beer  maker,  33  Panet  street. 

Langlois,  Peter,  furrier,  7  St.  Genevieve  street. 

Langlois,  A.,  spruce  beer,  76  St.  Joseph  street. 

Langtin,  J.  B.,  clerk,  42  St.  Lewis  street. 

Lanoyer,  Jos.,  labourer,  98  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Lantier,  J.  O.,  grocer,  St.  Charles  street.  New  Market* 

Lapanee,  Pierre,  voyageur,  175  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lapelletrie,  Rev.  Mr.,  house  65  St.  Antoine  street. 

Lapierre,  Antoino,  labourer,  27  Panet  street. 

Lapiene,  Charles,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Wolfe  street. 

Lapierre,  Mr.,  grocer,  corner  Mignonne  and  Brock  streets. 

Lapierre,  S.,  carter,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Lapierre,  Louis,  tinsmith,  113  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lapierre,  A.,  tinsmith,  147  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lapierre,  Andrew,  leather,  &c.,  Fabrique  street,  house  163 
St.  Joseph  street. 

Lapierre,  E.,  tin  shop,  St.  Charles  Street,  New  Market. 

Lapierre,  Frs.,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Philip  street. 

Lapierre,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Dominique 
street. 

Lapierre,  Louis,  shoemaker,  42  St.  Dominique  street. 

Lapierre,  Joseph,  carter,  Panet,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Lapierre,  Toussaint,  tinsmith,  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Lapointe,  Louis,  grocer,  2  Margaret  street. 

Lapointe,  Frs.,  carpenter,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Lagauchetiere 
street. 

Lapointe,  Antoine,  mason.  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

Lapointe,  Laurence,  joiner,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Dor- 
chester street. 

Lapointe,  Louis,  joiner,  47  St.  George  street. 

Lapointe,  Mrs.,  house  60  St.  Denis  street. 

Lapointe,  Noel,  carter,  MigiTonne,near  Sanguinet  street. 

Lapointe,  Peter,  joiner,  Dorchester,  near  Wolfe  street. 
Lapointe,  Jas.,  labourer,  51  St.  Andre  street. 
Laporte,  Frs.,  smith,  74  St.  Mary  street. 
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Laporte,  J.,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  Visitation  street. 

Laporte,  Bartholomew,  carpenter,  16  Amherst  street. 

Lappare,  Henry,  notary  public,  24  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 

Lappare,  Mr.,  Nelson  Hotel,  Fabrique  street. 

Lappin,  Bernard,  labourer,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 

Laprise,  Charles,  butcher,  33  Wolfe  street. 

Laramee,  Joseph,  carpenter,  16  Vallee  street. 

Laramee,  A.,  joiner,  22  Vallee  street. 

Laramee,  H.,  house  i29  Craig  street. 

Larance,  A.,  carter,  3  Water  street. 

Larance,  Mrs.,  26  Panet  street. 

Larang'^,  O,,  collector,  German,  near  Dumarais  street. 

Lardie,  G.,  tavern,  61  St.  Mary  street. 

Laiendo,  B.,  joiner,  36  Panet  street. 

Larivicre,  Alexandre,  pedlar,  Philip,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Larivicre,  J.  B.,  shoemaker,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  st. 

Lariviere,  Pierre,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Lariviere,  Etienne,  joiner,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Lariviere,  F.,  hair  dresser,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  tt. 

Lariviere,  Andrew,  saddler,  37  St.  Joseph  street. 

Lariviere,  A.,  carriage  maker,  5  Wolfe  street. 

Lariviere,  Antoine,  boatman,  Panet,  near  Water  street. 

Lariviere,  Cesaire,  carpenter,  18  Montcalm  street. 

Lariviere,  Frs.,  stone  cutter,  corner  German  and  St.  Cathe- 
rine streets. 

Lariviere,  Sebastian,  carpenter,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester 
street. 

Larkin,  P.,  grocery  and  tavern.  College  wall,  Griffintown. 

Laroche,  M.,  joiner,  corner  Dorchester  and  Montcalm  streets. 

Laroche,  P.,  carter,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  Brock  streets. 

Laroche,  Pierre,  shoemaker,  off  St.  Denis  street. 

Laroche,  L.,  baker,  72  Visitation  street. 

Laroche,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  29  Philip  street. 

Larochelle,  Charles,  carter,  139  Sanguinet  street. 

Larocque,  F.  A.,  office  39  Craig  street,  house  6  Cot6  street. 

Larocque,  Alfred,  house  48  St.  Urbain  street. 

Laronge,  Thomas,  grocer,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Igoace 
streets. 


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liarose,  Au«;usto,  sawyer,  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Larose,  D.,  shoemaker,  59  St.  Maurice  street. 

Larose,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  corner  Dalhousie  and  Wellington 
streets. 

L'Arseneur,  Chailes,  mason,  Sanguinet,  ne^r  Dorchester  st. 

L'Arseneur,  Pierre,  mason,  Sanguinet,  near  Dorchester  st. 

Lartie,  Amable,  harness,  &c.,  Custom  House  square, 

Larue,  Pierre,  boots  and  shoes,  1*28  St.  Paul  street,  house  23 
St.  Constant  street. 

Larue,  Leon,  carpenter,  Philip,  near  Valiec  street. 

Latham,  Richard,  wholesale  provision  and  commission  mer- 
chant, 28  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Latrimoule,  G.,  baker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Lattimore,  Henry,  labourer,  George,  near  William  street. 

Latoulipe,  L.,  joiner,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Latour,  B.,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Latour,  J.  B.,  labourer,  63  St.  Maurice  street. 

Latourelle,  A.,  house  42  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Latourelle,  Alexandre,  joiner,  7  Philip  street. 

Laughlin,  Patrick,  joiner,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 

Laughlin,  James,  95  Bonavenlure  street. 

Laughlin,  George  E.,  post  office  clerk,  43  St.  George  street. 

ijEurent,  David,  painter,  opposite  St.  Lawrence  Market* 

Laurent,  Prospre,  labourer,  6  Philip  street. 

Laurent,  J.,  painter,  German,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Laurent,  David,  tailor,  German,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Laurent,  Joseph, painter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant  st. 

Laurent,  Baptiste,  carter,  40  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Laurent,  Miss,  seamstress,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Amherst  st. 

Laurent,  S.,  mason,  12  Vallee  street. 

Laurent,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  Vallee,  near  Philip  street. 

Laurie,  A.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods,  2  Place 
d'Armes,  east  side. 

Laurie,  William,  wholesale  dry  goods,  St.  Joseph,  near  St. 
Paul  street,  house  Mountain,  above  Dorchester  street. 

Laurie,  Walter,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Laurier,  J.  G.,  shoemaker,  Inspector,  near  St.  Maurice  st. 

Laurier,  J.  0.  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Visitation  st. 


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Laurin,  Henry,  house  20  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Lavender,  Henry,  merchant  tailor,  15  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Laverock,  William,  grocer,  97  Craig  street. 

Laverock,  James,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Alexander  street. 

Lavey,  John,  milkman,  33  Mountain  street. 

Lavicount,  Mrs.,  house  42  St.  Denis  street. 

Lavicount,  A.  D.  K.,  house  42  St.  Denis  street.  # 

Lavigne,  0.,  dry  goods,  &c.,  78  Notre  Dame  street. 

Lavigne,  Antoine,  stone  cutter,  German,  near  St.  Dominique 

street. 
Lavigne,  Michel,  sculptor,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Lavigne,  Louis,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Salaberry  st. 
Lavigne,  L.,  grocer,  55  St.  Maurice  street. 
Lavigne,  Mrs.,  house  151  St.  Lawrence  street, 
Lavigne,  Frs.,  shoemaker,  128  St.  Lawrence  street, 
Lavigne,  Basil,  shoemaker.  Cemetery,  near   Bonaventure 

street. 
Lavigne,  Moses»,  butcher,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Lavigne,  Amable,  labourer,  23  Salaberrj'  street. 
Lavigne,  P.,  joiner,  4  Margaret  street. 
Laviolette,  F.,  house  VisUation,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Laviolette,  Joseph,  joiner,  18  Chabellois  street. 
Laviolette,  Michel,  butcher.  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  st. 
Laviolette,  Frs.,  butcher,  114  St.  Constant  street. 
Lavorte,  F.,  joiner,  11  Montcalm  street. 
Lavoy,  Pierre,  butcher,  105  Sanguinet  street. 
Lavoy,  J.,  shoemaker,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Lavoy,  Joseph,  carter,  46  Mountain  street. 
Law,  James,  general  commission  merchant,  corner  St.  John 

and  St.  Sacrament  streets. 
Lawless,  John,  sawyer,  corner  King  and  William  streets. 
Lawley,  William,  carver  and  gilder,  29  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lawley,  William,  labourer,  19  St.  Monique  street. 
Lawlor,  Patrick,  government  clerk,  22  St.  Denis  street. 
Lawrence,  Theodore,  cart  maker,  corner  St.  Lawrence  an^ 

Dorchester  streets. 
Lawrence,  Levi,  sen.,  turner,  12  Montcalm  street. 
Lawrence,  Levi,  jun.,  chair  maker,  12  Montcalm  street. 


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Lawrence,  David,  painter,  comer  St.  Lawrence  and  Dor- 

Chester  streets. 
LawsoD,  James,  baker,  95  St.  Antoine  street. 
Lazure  &  Brother,  dry  goods,  108  St.  Paul  street. 
Lea,  Mrs.  E.,  milliner,  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Dominique 

stree  ts. 
Leaeb,  Rev.,  W.  T.,  Episcopalian,  house  4  St.  Helen  street. 
Learmont,  William,  watchmaker,  147  Notre  Dame  street. 
Lebeau,  J.  B.,  dry  goods,  Fabrique  street,  house  23  Sangui- 

net  street. 
Lebeau,  Louis,  dry  goods,  84  Notre  Dame  street. 
Lebeau,  F.,  carter,  Montcalm,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Lebeau,  Charles,  engineer,  21  Bonaventure  street. 
Lebert,  Victoire,  butcher,  west  end  of  Bonaventure  street. 
Leblanc,  P.,  tailor,  Roy  lane,  near  Bonaventure  street. 
Leblanc,  Joseph,  tavern,  31  Commissioners  street. 
Leblanc,  H.,  house  12  St.  Bernard  street. 
Leblanc,  F.,  butcher,  20  Vallee  street. 
Leblanc,  Olivier,  shoemaker,  corner  Panet  and  Lagauche- 

tiere  streets. 
Leblanc,  Germain,  tavern,  Custom  House  square,  corner 

Commissioners  street. 
Leblanc,  Charles  A.,  advocate,  28  Salaberry  street. 
Leblanc,  J.  C,  grocery  and  museum,  107  St.  Paul  street. 
Leblanc,  Joseph,  tavern,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Montcalm  st. 
Leblanc,  Julien,  tanner,  Chabellois,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Leblanc,  Simeon,  mason,  Devienne,  near  Vallee  street. 
Leblanc,  Ovide,  notary  public,  27  Little  St.  James  street. 
Lebourdais,  Dr.,  house  56  M<Gill  street. 
Lebrue,  Joseph,  trader,  St.  Charles  street.  New  market. 
Leclair,  J.  B.,  hair-dresser,  60  Notre  Dame  street. 
Leclair,  Benjamin,  gardener,  8  Aequeduct  street. 
Leclair,  John,  dry  goods,  90  and  96  St.  Paul  street. 
Leclair,  F.  &  J.^  dry  goods,  90  and  104  St.  Paul  street. 
Leclair,  Janvier,  joiner,  48  Visitation  street. 
Leclair,  Mrs.,  bouse  26  St.  Margaret  street* 
Leclair,  Bernard,  house  9  Acqueduct  street. 
Leclair,  Paul,  carter,  151  St.  Joseph  streel. 


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Leclair,  Benjamin,  brick  maker,  Cadieux  Village. 

Leclere,  Isidore,  tavern,  129  St*  Dominique  street. 

Leclere,  F.,  tiader,  24  Mountain  street. 

Lecompte,  Louis,  stonecuttter,  108  St.  Urbain  street. 

Lecompte,  Louis,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Lecompte,  Francois,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Lecompte,  Octave,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  German  street. 

Lecompte,  Thomas,  carter,  80  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Lecompte,  Philip,  joiner,  48  Bleury  street. 

Lecompte,  Toussaint,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Elizabeth 

street. 
Lecouer,  P.,  labourer,  14  Queen  square. 
Ledoux,  A.,  house  Brock,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Leduc,  Pierre,  shoemaker,  239  St.  Joseph  street. 
Leduc,  Baptiste,  saddler,  30  St.  Maurice  street. 
Leduc,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  79  St.  Mary  street. 
Leduc,  Louis,  carpenter,  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Leduc,  Louis,  carter,  35  Bonaventure  street. 
Leduc,  D.,  carter,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Leduc,  Louis,  shoemaker,  170  St.  Joseph  street, 
jueducj,  Joseph,  house  Dorchester,  near  Sanguinet  street. 
Leduc  &  Carrier,  dry  goods,  172  St.  Paul  street. 
Leduc,  Joseph,  labourer,  35  Tolentin  street. 
Leduc,  J.  B.,  joiner,  46  St.  Charles  Borrom^e  street. 
Lee,  Thomas,  labourer,  18  Panet  street. 
Lee,  Joseph,  blacksmith,  St.  Mary,  near  Gain  street. 
Lee,  John,  engineer,  10  Queen  square. 
Leech,  Mrs.  M.,  house  19  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Leeming,  Joseph,  commission  merchant,  10  St.  Francois 

Xavier  street. 
Leeming,  John,  auctioneer,  agent,  and  commission  merchant, 

17  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 
Lefaivre,  F.  X.,  notary  public,  off  Viger  market. 
Lefevre,  C,  boarding  house  St.  Amable  lane. 
Lefevre,  Joseph,  confectioner,  134  St,  Lawrence  street. 
Lefevre,  Nicholas,  refectory,  St.  Charles  street.  New  market. 
Lefevre,  Amable,  joiner,  6  Visitation  street. 
Lefevre,  Antoine,  joiner,  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 


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Lefevre,  Mark,  dry  goods,  141  and  145  St.  Paul  street. 

Lefevre,  P.,  shoemaker,  5  Acqueduct  street. 

Lefevre,  Francis,  caiter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Brock  street. 

Lefebvre,  Magloire,  trader,  43  St.  Pliilip  street. 

Lefebvre,  J.  B.,  trader,  18  Vallee  street. 

Leford,  T.,  house  Lagauchetierr,  near  Adolphus  street. 

Legros,  Airs.,  house  38  Amherst  street. 

Legijett,  Henry,  jeweller,  Lagaucheticre,  near  St.  Alexander 

street. 
Legernon,  Louis,  wheelwright,  163  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Leighton,  M:s.  R.,  dry  goods,  Wtilington,  near  King  street. 
Leishman,  William,  baker,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Dorchester  st. 
Lei^hman,  Mrs.,  school,  36  St.  Dominique  street. 
Leithhoad,  William,  tinsmith,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 
Leithhead,  Miss,  dressmaker,  Roy  lane. 
Leinster,  James,  mason,  Lagauchelicre,  near  Ignace  street. 
Lemaire,  P.,  joiner,  Bonaventure  near  Inspector  street. 
Lemaire,  Alexander,  labourer,  11  Wolfe  street. 
Lemaire,  L.,  joiner,  36  Visitation  street. 
Lemaitre,  Francis,  printer,  22  Craig  street. 
Lemay,  Fran9ois,  dry  goods  and  clothing,  168  St.  Paul  st. 

and  20^  M'Gill  street. 
Lemaj',  T.,  carpenter,  36  Voltigeur  street.  ♦ 

Lemay,  Benjamin,  joiner,  head  of  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Lemay,  Louis,  labourer,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Lemay,  D.,  joiner,  17  Chabellois  street. 
Lemesurier  (H.)  &  Routh  (H.  L.,)  general  merchants,  35  St. 

Francois  Xavier  street. 
Lemoine,  B.  H.,  cashier,  People's  Bank,  house  St.  Francois 

Xavier  street. 
Lemoine,  Charles,  house  21  Little  St.  James  street. 
Lemoine,  Pierre,  painter,  116  St.  Dominique  street. 
Lemon,  Mrs.,  house  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Lemon,  William,  stonecutter,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Lemon,  Adolphus,  stone  cutter,  German,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Lennon,  R.,  tailor.  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 
Lenoire,  Roland,  pedlar,  St.  Amable  lane. 


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Leonard,  C,  coach  maker,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  st. 

Leonard,  Francis,  tailor,  13  Pcrthius  street. 

Leonard,  A.>  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,near  Wolfe  street. 

Leonard,  Thomas,  grocer,  St.  Mary  slreet. 

Leonchent,  F.,  mason,  1  Water  street. 

Lepage,  E.,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  street. 

Lepage,  Antoiae,  carpenter.  Jure,  near  Bleiiry  street. 

Lepage,  Charles,  carpenter,  37  Amherst  street. 

Lepage,  H.,  carpenter,  33  Bonaventure  street. 

Lepage,  Joseph,  wheelwright,  74  St.  Mary  street,  in  rear. 

Lepine,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Sanguinet,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 

Lepine,  John,  cabinet  maker,  corner  St.  Hubert  and  Perthius 

streets. 
Lepine,  P.,  joiner,  66  St.  Constant  street. 
Leprohon,  £.  M.,  house  corner  Radigonde  and  Lagauchetiere 

streets. 
Leprohon,  C.  P.,  books  and  stationery,  114  Notre  Dame  st. 
Leprohon,  Francois,  mason,  56  Visitation  street. 
Leprohon,  R.,  shoemaker,  56  Visitation  street. 
Leroux,  M.,  carter,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Lesiege,  Joseph,  grocer,  corner  St.  Denis  and  St.  Catherine 

streets. 
Lesiege,  F.,  labourer,  16  Queen  square. 
Lescarbeau,  J.  B.,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street.  New  market. 
Leslie,  Dr.  S.  W.  H.,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Charles 

Borromce  street. 
Leslie,  James,  &  Co.)  general  merchants,  190  Notre  Dame  st. 
Leslie,  James,  house  off  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  jail. 
Leslie,  George,  house  Prince,  near  Common  street. 
Lesperance,  P»,  dry  goods,  78  St.  Paul  street. 
Lesperance,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  32  St.  Dominique  street. 
Lesperance,  A.  N.  T.,  dry  goods,  86  St.  Paul  street. 
Lesperance,  B.,  dry  goods,  82  St.  Paul  street. 
Lesperance,  Louis,  carter,  St.  Genevieve,  near  St.  Antoine 

street. 
Lester,  Ignace,  joiner,  head  of  St.  Hubert  street. 
Leste,  W.  F.,  wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  81  St.  Paul  and 

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Lelang,  F.  X.,  blacksmith,  54  Bonaventure  street. 

Letanville,  Francis,  labourer,  108  St.  Dominique  street. 

Letore,  Joseph,  printer,  120  St.  Constant  street. 

Letourneux,  Louis  O.,  advocate,  23  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Letourneux,  S.,  tailor,  53  St.  Joseph  street. 

Levayer,  John,  carpenter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Levesque,  A.,  house  13  St.  Lambert  street. 

Levesque,  A.,  labourer,  78  Visitation  street. 

Leveiller,  S.,  wheelwright,  31  Panel  street. 

Levy,  Alexander,  china,  glass,  &c.,  121  Notre  Dame  street. 

Levy,  Mi3.  A.,  house  67  St.  Antoinc  street. 

Levy,  John,  house  30  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Lewthwaite,  Samuel,  tailor,  46  Chennevillo  street. 

L'Hardie,  W.,  tailor,  120  Sanguinet  street. 

L'Heureux,  T.,  joiner.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

L'Huissier,  L.,  saw  filer,  16  Bonaventure  street. 

L'Huissier,  Edward,  carter,  37  St.  Joseph  street. 

L'Huissier,  Joseph,  trader,  37^  M'Gill  street. 

L'Huissier,  E.,  tavern,  corner,  Bonaventure  street,  and  Hay- 
market. 
Lidiiell,  Dr.,  M'Gill,  near  Kecollet  street. 
Liddell,  M.  H.,  house  St.  Genieve  street. 
Liddell,  Mrs.,  seamstress,  off  Jure,  near  Bleary  street. 
Liddell,  Mrs.  K.,  store,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 
Ligniere,  P.,  tavern,  77  St.  Lawrence  street, 
Lilliss,  William,  C.  H.  officer,  St.  Catherine,  near  Bleury  st. 
Limoges,  F.  X.,  shoemaker,  corner  Sanguinet  and  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 
Limoges,  Franci?,  mason.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Lindsay,  Charles,  house  52  St.  Urbain  street, 
Lindsay,  George,  carpenter,  Victoria  road. 
Linkfield,  Thomas,  brickmaker,  Ann,  near  Wellington  st. 
Lionais,  H-,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods,  86  Notre  Dame 

street. 
Lionais,  John,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere  near  Panet  street. 
Linton,  Samuel,  shoemaker,  56  St.  Dominique  street. 
Lionais,  L.,  dry  goods,  100  St.  Paul  street. 
i;<ionais,  John,  dry  goods,  196  Notre  Dame  street. 


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Lippie,  P.,  joiner,  German,  near  Dumarais  street 

Liston,  James,  violin  maicer,  54  Bleury  street. 

Litle,  John,  painter,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  street* 

Litie,  John,  grocer,  corner  Yoltigeur  and  Lagauchetiere  sts. 

Little,  John,  shoemaker,  Dorchester,  near  German  street. 

Livie,  Mrs.,  midwife,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Saiaberry  street. 

Livingston,  John,  house  George,  near  Wellington  street. 

Livingston,  D.,  tavern,  corner  Common  and  Nazareth  sts. 

Livingston,  Thomas,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

Livingston,  Henry,  labourer,  Gabriel  near  George  street. 

Lioyd,  John,  Bank  clerk,  21  St.  Edward  street. 

Lloyds'  Agency  in  Montreal,  2^t  St.  Vincent  street. 

Lockhart,  A.,  tavern,  St.  Mary,  near  Gain  street. 

Lockhead,  Matthew,  carpenter,  January  lane,  otf  St.  Antoine. 

Locklin,  Andrew,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  aear  Brock  street, 
street. 

Loftus,  Anthony,  dry  goods,  76J  St.  Mary  street. 
Loftus,  Peter,  labourer,  66  Panet  street. 
Loofs,  Charles,  postman,  46  Chenneville  street. 
Logan,  W.  £.,  geologist,  40  Great  St.  James  street. 
Logan,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  9  St.  George  street. 
Logan,  (Jas.,)  Cringan  (Thos.,)  &  Co.,  general  merchants, 
Common  street,  Pointe*^-Calliere  and  St.  Sacrament  sts. 
Logan,  D.,  M.  D.,  dentist,  6  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Logan,  Andrew,  bootmaker,  4  Bleury  street. 
Lognon,  Mrs.,  house  84  St.  Dominique  street. 
Lognon,  William,  cartmaker,  93  St.  Mary  street. 
Loiselle,  Amable,  52  St.  Lewis  street. 
Loka,  Antoine,  clerk  of  market,  Roy  lane. 
Longmore,  Mrs.,  house  Vitre,  near  Chenneville  street. 
Loney,  Patrick,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Longevin,  J.,  house  24  Craig  street. 
Longpre,  L.,  house  83  St.  Dominique  street. 
Longpre,  J.  B.,  house  Sanguinet  above  Mignonne  street. 
Longpre,  L.  A.,  baker,  off  Sanguinet,  near  St.  Catherine  st.  ' 
Longpr^,  Louis,  wood  engraver,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Eliza- 
beth street. 
Longstafi',  Edward,  dairy,  38  Moatcalm  street. 


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Loranger,  T.  J.  J.,  advocate,  Lagaucbetiere,  near  St.  Ignace 

street. 
Lord,  P.,  market  man,  34  St.  Dominique  street. 
Lorion,  Louis,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Lorion,  Casimir,  carter,  68  Visitation  street. 
Lormant,  Louis,  labourer,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catheiine  street. 
Loithie,  Louis,  cooper,  19  St.  Ignace  street. 
Loson,  Joseph,  carter,  Vallce,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 
Luson,  Francis,  cooper,  8  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Loson,  F.  X.,  blacksmith,  101  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Louis,  Joseph,  butcher,  34  Montcalm  street. 
Louison,  Francis,  cooper,  house  19  St.  Alexander  street. 
Lourie,  John,  grocer,  67  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lourie,  James,  tailor,  68  St*  George  street. 
Loughery,  Patrick,  grocer,  corner  German  and  St.  Catherine 

streets. 
Lowry,  James,  cattle  dealer,  103  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lovatt,  John,  labourer,  6  Amherst  street. 
Lovell,  Robert,  St.  Thcrese  street. 
Lovell,  (John)  and  Gibson  (John),  printers  and  publishers,  7 

St.  Nicholas  street. 
Lovis,  Chs.  D.  S.,  watchmaker,  47  St.  Charles  Borromee  st. 
Lovis,  Mrs.,  boarding  house  47  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Lozier,  A.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Luckie,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  95  Craig  street. 
Ludlam,  William,  St.  Helen,  near  Lemoine  street. 
Lunn,  William)  house  Sherbrooke,  opposite  Bleury  street. 
Lundean,  Henry,  blacksmith,  12  St.  Charles  Borromee  st. 
Lupien,  Albert,  joiner,  87  St.  Urbain  street. 
Lupien,  A.,  mason  84  St.  Urbain  street. 
Lupien,  Joseph,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Lusher,  Rev.  R.,  house  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
Lutney,  Louis,  joiner,  25  Salaberry  street. 
Lusiguan,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Guy  street. 
Lusty,  James,  silk  dyer,  18  St.  Genevieve  street. 
Lux,  Henry,  &  Co.,  hotel,  19  St,  Vincent  street. 
Lying-in- Hospital,  Bonaventure  street,  near  the  Hay  market. 
Lyman,  Miss,  ladies'  school,  Radigonde,  near  Craig  street. 


117 

Lyman,  Willianri,  &  Co.,  (Benjamin  anJ  Henry  Lymnn,) 
wholesale  druggists  19*2  St.  Paul  street. 

Lyman,  William,  house  85  Bleury  street. 

Lyman,  Benjamin,  house  4  St.  Peter  street. 

Lyman,  Henry,  house  Grey  Nun  street* 

Lymaii,  S.  J.  &  Co.,  chemists  and  drug<;ists,  113  Notre  Dame 
street. 

Lyman,  Theodore,  clerk,  at  Messrs.  George  Savage  Sa  Sou^<, 
Noire  Dame  street. 

Lynch,  Edward,  labourer,  *235  St.  Josuph  slr^'et. 

Lynch,  Patrick,  ovcrsner,  Ualhousic,  near  Wellington  street. 

Lynch,  Theodore,  joiner,  George,  near  William  street. 

Lynch,  Patrick,  stevedore,  7  Water  street. 

L}nch,  Miss,  milliner,  10  St.  Mary  street. 

Lynch,  D,,  grocer,  41  Bonavenlure  street. 

Lynch,  Mrs.,  dress  maker,  Lagaucheticre,  near  Cami.eau  st. 

Lynch,  Juhn,  grocer,  V2S  St.  Mary  street. 

Lynch,  John,  house  10  St  Mary  street. 

Lynham,  Mrs  ,  house  25  St.  Dominiqui*  stieet. 

Lyonsj  Lewis;  manufacturer  of  tobacco^  snutf,  &c.,  "218  St. 
Paul,  and  lis  Notre  Dame  sireei. 

Lyons  anJ  Brotheis,  stationers,  218  St.  Paul  street. 

Lyons,  Lewis,  house  Dorche.«;ter,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Lyons,  Michel,  labourer,  8  Panet  street. 

Lyon^,  F.,  labourer,  5  Berry  lane. 

M'ADAM,  Hugh,  grocfr,  13  St.  Joseph  street. 

McAfee,  Charles,  painter,  39  St.  PJauiice  street. 

M'AlIum,  John,  piano-forte,  nnaker,  18  St.  Mauiice  sticet, 

M' Arthur,  A.,  grocer  and  tavern,  corner  Wellington  and  Na- 
zareth streets. 

M'Auley,  Angus,  shoemaker,  64  St.  Dominique  streets. 

M'AuIey,  James,  tavern,  St.  Charles  street,  New  Market. 

M^Bride,  Mrs.,  school,  95  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

M<Bride,  Denis,  blacksmith,  12  St.  Uibain  street. 

M'Burney,  Samuel,  sawyer,  George,  near  Gabriel  street. 

M'Cabe,  Michael,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 

M'Cadden,  M.,  boarding  house  Colborne,  near  Gabriel  street. 

M«Uaffry,  Patrick,  labourer,  89  Charles  Borromee  street. 


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M'CafTrj,  John,  tailor,  Hermine  street. 

M'Callister,  Charles,  cabinet  maker,  Fortification  lane,  near 
St.  Joseph  street.  * 

M'Cambridi^e,  Alexander,  tavern.  Commissioner  street,  oppo- 
site the  House  of  Assembly. 

M<Cann,  George,  labourer,  28  St.  Margaret  street. 

M<Cann,  Johu,  tavern,  corner  St.  Peter  and  Lemoine  streets. 

M'Cann,  Eugene,  cordial  distiller,  St.  Mary  street,  opposite 
the  jail. 

M'Cann,  John,  grocer  and  tavern,  St.  Mary  street,  opposite 
thejdi. 

M'Cann,  James,  butcher,  St.  Joseph  street. 

M^Carney,  Neil,  grocer  and  tavern,  19  St.  Dominique  street. 

McCartney,  Wm.,  carpenter,  Prince,  near  William  street. 

M'Cartncy,  U.,  labourer,  off  Campeau  street. 

M^Cartey,  D.,  joiner,  118  St.  Constant  street. 

M'Clean,  (Mrs.,)  &  Clapperton  (Miss,)  milliners,  63  Crai^ 
street. 

M'Cleish,  James,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  George  street. 
M'Clellan,  John,  tailor,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 

M<Cleniianj  John,  mason,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
M^Conncll,  Jeremiah,  mason.  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 
M'Comb,  Frs.,  ropemaker.  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
M'Comb,  John,  cabinet  maker,  20  Chenneville  street. 
M'Conkey,  Samuel,  confectioner,  105,  Notre  Dame  street. 
M*Cool,  Wm.,  bricklayer,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 
M<Cord,  Hon.  J.  S.,  judge,  house,  Cote  des  Neige  road,  oppo- 
site the  Priests'  Farm. 
M'Cormack,  William,  house  79  Konaventure  street. 
M'Cormack,  James,  house  23  Salaberry  street. 
M^Cormack,  Peter,  pedlar,  St.  Amable  lane. 
M'Cormack,  Arthur,  pedlar,  St.  Amable  lane. 
M'Cormack,  Patrick,  labourer,  67  Campeau  street. 
M'Cormick,  Christopher,  messenger,  house^  10  St.  Maurice 

street. 
M^Cormick,  R.,  bootmaker,  65  St.  Joseph  street. 
M^Coy,  O.,  labourer,  34  Wolfe  street. 
M^Coy,  William,  printer,  68  St.  Dominique  street. 


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M^Coy,  John,  dyer,  28  St.  Dominiqae  street. 

M'Crank,  Neil,  tavern,  Commissioners  street,  opposite  Houfe 

of  Assembly. 
M'Crea,  Duncan,  farmer,  Victoria  road,  near  Lagaucheti^rt 

street. 
M'Crea,  John,  &  Co.,  bakers,  75  St.  Charles  Borrom6e  st. 
M^Crea,  VVm.,  joiner,  10  St.  Germain  street. 
M'Cronc,  Thumas,  joiner,  Hermine  street. 
M'Crum,  Mathcw,  tailor,  14  St.  Mary  street. 
M'Cubbin,  Williami  tailor,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Dominique 

street. 
M<Culloch,  Dr.  M.,  house,  11  St.  Gabriel  street. 
M'CuIloch,  Ferdinand,  house  45  St  Urbain  street. 
M'Culloch,  William,  bouse  St.  Alexander,  near  Laa;aucbe- 

tiere  street. 
M'Culloch,  Andrew,  clerk,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
M'CuUoch,  Hugh,  cooper,  10  St.  John  street,  house  8  Vall6e 

street. 
M^Currack,  James,  shoemaker,  57  Bleury  street. 
M<Dermott,  Denis,  bricklayer,  40  St.  Dominique  street. 
M'Dermott,  Peter,  bricklayer,  St.  Edward  lane. 
M'Dermott,  Bernard,  dry  goods,  34  St.  Mary  street. 
M'Dermott,  C,  trader,  134  St.  Lawrence  street. 
McDonald,  William,  tavern,  123  St.  Mary  street.         ^ 
McDonald,  J.  W.,  advocate,  8  St.  Vincent  street. 
McDonald,  Donald,  printer,  and  publisher  of  Transcript,  Hos- 
pital street. 
M<Donald,  Duncan,  grocer  and    tavern,   Wellington,  near 

Queen  street. 
McDonald,  William,  Queens'  Arms  Inn,  Fabrique  street. 
McDonald,  John,  pensioner,  Sangoinet,  near  Craig  street. 
McDonald,  John,  carpenter,  King,  near  Common  street. 
McDonald,  John,  millwright,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 
McDonald,  Mrs.  M.  L.,  house  3  St.  George  street. 
McDonald,  John,  house  57  St.  Paul  street. 
McDonald,  John,  labourer,  St.  Joseph,  near  Guy  street.        ' 
McDonald,  Alexander,  carpenter,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and 

Bleury  streets. 


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McDonald,  John,  teacher,  15  Little  St.  James  street. 
M'Donald,  George,  book-keeper,  59  Mou.itain  street. 
McDonald,  Charles,  carriage  maker,  2  Berry  lane. 
McDonald,  D.,  grocer,  146  St.  Mary  street. 
McDonald,  D.,  clerk,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
M*Donald,  Miss,  seminary,  30  Sanguinot  street. 
M'Donald,  William,  labourc,  40  St.  George  street. 
M*Donald,  Ronald,  milkman,  William,  near  Dalhousic  street. 
McDonald,  Michael,  storo,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  st. 
McDonald,  Alexander,  house  entrance  of  St.  Antoine  street. 
M'Donell,  John,  advocate,  house  12  St.  Fran9ois  de  Salles 

street. 
M'Donell,  (J.,)  &  Phelan  (J.  J.,)  advocates,  7  St.  Vincent 

street. 
M'Donell,  Mrs.  R.,  house  48  Bonaventure  street. 
M'Donell,  Francis,  Inspector,  house  Roy  lane. 

McDonnell,  Geo.,  pawnbroker,  26  St.  Mary  street. 

MDonough,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  12  Chenneville  street. 

M^Dougall,  Robert,  house  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

M^Dougall,  R.,  school,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

M<Dougall,  George,  baker,  corner  St.  Urbain  and  Lagauche- 
tiere streets. 

M'Dougall,  James,  baker,  corner  St.  Urbain  and  Lagauche- 
tiere street?. 

M*Dougall,  Alexander,  blacksmith,  George,  near  Wellington 
street. 

M«Dowall,  Alexr.,  house  233  St.  Paul  street. 

M*Dowall,  Mrs.  G.,  milliner  and  dress  maker,  233  St.  Paul 
street. 

M*Dowall,  Peter,  clerk,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 

M'Duffie,  Mrs.,  dress  maker.  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

M'Elwee,  D.,  dry  goods,  21  St.  Charles  Borromee  street, 

M*Enro,  James,  tavern,  69  Commissioners  street. 

M'Enro,  Patrick,  bootmaker,  5  St.  Paul  street. 

M*Evenue,  B.,  clerk,  73  St.  Lawrence  street. 

M^Evenue,  William,  shoemaker^  St.  Dominique,  near  I^a^ 
gauchetiere  street. 


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M<GiIley,  Charles,  plasterer,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Catherine 
street. 

McGinn,  Thomas,  jailer  at  the  Jail,  St.  Mary  street. 

M'Ginnis,  Thomas,  school,  73  St.  Lawrence  street. 

M'Ginty,  Mrs.,  house  137  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

M*Goverri,  L.,  blacksmith,  Nazareth,  near  VVilliam  street. 

M^Govern,  P.,  grocery  and  tavern,  38  St.  Mary  street. 

M'Govern,  Thomas,  tailor.  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

M^Gowan,  A.,  tailor,  110  Notro  Dame  street,  house  47  St. 
Dominique  street. 

M'Gowan,  Mrs.,  school,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street, 

M'Gowan,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Maurice,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

M^Gowan,  John,  joiner,  28  Wolfe  street. 

M'^Gowan,  P.,  labourer,  Lagauchctiere,  near  Voltigeur  street. 

McGregor,  Mrs.  A.,  bakery,  10  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

M'Gregor,  Alexander,  cabinet  maker,  26  St.  George  street. 

M*Gruther,  James,  shoemaker,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

M'Gue,  Patrick,  grocer,  George,  near  Wellington  street. 

M'Guire,  Blaney,  shoemaker,  Nazareth,  near  William  street. 

M*Guire,  Daniel,  25  Visitation  street. 

M'Guire,  Mrs.,  washing,  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

M'Guire,  Ann,  widow,  41  Campeau  street. 

M<^Guire,  John,  tailor,  Kempt,  near  Gabriel  street. 

M'Guire,  James,  labourer.  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

M'Guire,  Thomas,  labourer,  George  near  William  street. 

M'Guivry,  Mrs.,  store,  51  St.  Mary  s-ireet. 

M'Hardy,  Andrew,  Caledonia  hotel,  u'34  St.  Paul  street,  and 

nearly  opposite  the  House  of  Assembly. 
M'Henry,  Mrs.  Ann,  30  St.  Lewis  street. 
M'Heory,  Charles,  house  34  Amherst  street. 
M'Henry,  John,  labourer,  i6  Queen  square. 
M'Hugh,  Martin,  dry  goods,  46^  St.  Mary  street. 
M'llhone,  B.,  dry  goods,  48  St.  Mary  street. 
M'Indo,  Mrs.,  house  Ann,  near  William  street. 
M*Intosh,  William,  bookbinder,  Vitre,  near  St. Urbain street. 
Mcintosh,  A.,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Georg^e  street. 
M^Intoshp  Mrs.  D.^  milliner,  29  Bonayenture  street. 


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M<Intosh,  Nicholas,  cabinet  maker,  23  St.  Urbain  street. 
M<Intosb,  Benjamin,  storeman,  9  St.  Dominique  street. 
M^Into&h,  Andrew,  provisions.  Custom  House  square. 
M'lntosh,  Alexander,  contractor,  Victoria  road. 
M*Ewen,  William,  grocer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur  st. 
M'Ewen,  James,  tailor,  204  St.  Paul  street. 
M*Ewen,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  College,  near  St.  Henry  st. 
M^Farlane,  A., wholesale  hardware  and  dry  goods,  163  St.  Paul 

street. 
M'Farlane,  Archibald,  house  Fortification  Lane. 
M'Farlane,  J.  S.,  architect,  142  Notre  Dame  street. 
M'Farlane,  Mrs.,  house  Tolentin,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
M^Farlane,  Charles,  blacksmith,  George,  near  William  st. 
M'Farlane,  James,  tinsmith,  9  German  street. 
M*Farlane,  Alexander,    finisher,  Fortification    lane,    neat 

Bleury  street. 
M*Farlane,  J.,  49  St.  Maurice  street. 
M<Farlane,  John,  labourer,  11  Amherst  street. 
M'Farlane,  Archibald,  &  Co.,  cutlery  and  dry  goods,  189  St. 

Paul  street. 
M*Farlane,  John,bookkeepcr,St.  Georgp,above  Lagauchetiere 

street. 
M^Farlane,  John,  house  21  Queen  square. 
M'Fee,  John,  teacher,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 
M<Gee,  R.,  bootmaker,  Hermine  street. 
M'Geogh,  John,  carpenter,  56  Bleury  street. 
M^Gill,  P.,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  160  St.  Paul  street. 
M'Gill,  Hon.  P.,  house  5  St.  Gabriel  street. 
M'Gill,  Henry,  mason,  George,  near  William  street. 
M*Gill,  Roger,  chandler,  St.  Denis,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
M'Gill,  Andrew,  general  merchant,  Gillespie's  building!?, 

Common  street,  house  Great  St.  James  street. 
Mcintosh  &  Livingston,  blacksmiths.  Prince,  near  Common 

street. 
M'Intosh,  John,  house  Wellington,  near  George  street. 
M«In1yre,  Duncan,  dry  goods,  170  Notre  Dame  street,  house 

71  St.  Urbain  street. 
M'Intyve,  J.  L.,  house  4  Campeau  street. 


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M'irer,  John,  tailor,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee 

street. 
M'lver,  A.,  clerk,  110  St.  Antoine  street. 

M'lver, ,  advocate,  8  St.  Vincent  street. 

M'Kee,  James,  grocer,  183  Craig  street. 

M*Kenna,  Robert,  labourer,  58  Bleury  street. 

M'Kenna,  John,  gardener,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 

M'Kenna,  Tho  nas,  labourer,  Prince,  near  VVilliam  street. 

M'Kenrick,  P.,  last  maker,  Dumarais  lane. 

M'Kenzie,  George,  dry  goods,  167  Notre  Dame  street. 

M^Kenzie,  Roderick,  house  99  St.  Paul  street. 

M'Kenzie,  Robert,  carpenter,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St. 

George  streets. 
M^Kenzie,  Mr.,  gardener,  off  St.  Mary  street,  below  the  gaol. 
M'Kenzie,  Alexander,  joiner,  corner  St.  Alexander  and  St. 

Germain  streets. 
M'Kenzie,  William,  mason,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
M'Kenzie,  Charles,  joiner,  17  St.  Urbain  street,  in  rear. 
M'Kenzie,  James,  house  Brickfields,  GrifUntown. 
M'Kenzie,  John,  barge  master,  85  St.  Constant  street. 
M'Kenzie,  W.  S.,  commission  agent,  corner  Custom  House 

square  and  Capital  street. 
M'Keon,  Felix,  carpenter,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 
M'Keon,  Edward,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 
M'Kerchar,  John,  house  9  Chabellois  street. 
M'Kerchar,  Mr.,  gardener,  off  St.  Mary  street,  below  the 

gaol. 
M'Kerchar,  Daniel,  cooper,  104  St.  Lawrence  street. 
M'Kew,  Patrick,  labourer.  Prince,  near  Common  street. 
M'Kibbin,  S.,  sawyer,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 
M'Kinley,  William,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
M'Kinley,  John,  blacksmith,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
M'Kinnon,  Archibald,  clerk,  60  Bleury  street. 
M'Kinnon,  John,  storeman,  Nazareth,  near  William  street. 
M'Kinstry,  H.,  at  Commercial  Bink,  11  Great  St.  James  st. 
M'Laren,  J.  R.,  house  19  Champ  de  Mars  street. 
M'Laren,  Mrs.,  house  37  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
M'Laughlin,  John,  joiner,  Gabriel,  near  Piince  street. 


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McLaughlin,  Michae),  grocer,  Gam,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

McLaughlin,  Edward,  basket  maker,  St.  Mary,  near  Gain  &t. 

M'Laverty,  Alexander,  tailor,  corner  St.   Urbain  and   St. 
Catherine  streets. 

M'Lean,  John,  grocer,  Conseillers  de  Ville  street. 

M*Le^n,  D.,  coach  trimnfier,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Simeon  s*. 

M<Lean,  Robert,  tailor,  75  St.  Lawrence  street. 

McLean,  Plugh,  sawyer.  Cemetery,  nearBonaventure  street. 

McLean,  Mrs.  John,  house  Visitation,  near  St.  Catheiine  st. 

McLean, ,  storeman,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

M'Lean,  William,  police,  15  Perthius  street. 

McLean,  John,  plasterer,  10  St.  Genevieve  street. 

M'Lellan,  John,  chandler,  Wellington,  near  Kempt  street. 

McLennan,  William,  shoemaker,  11  Amherst  street. 

M'Leod,  II.  C,  33  Sanguinet  street. 

]M<Mahon,  Joseph,  importer  of  jeweller}',  hardware,,  and 
saddkry,  l97  Notre  D-ame  street. 

M^Mahon,  Peter,  grocer,  59  St.  Paul  street. 
M'Mahon,  Patrick,  carpenter,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
M'Mahon,  James,  mason,  opposite  St.  Ann's  market. 

M<Manus,  William,  tinsmith,  77  St.  Mary  street. 
M'Master,  William,  cabinet  maker,  corner  Hospital  and  St. 

John  streets,  house  1  St.  Genevieve  street.. 
M*Menomy,  Daniel,  trimmings,  Fabrique  street* 
McMillan,  Jo!»n,  house  14  St.  Antoine  street. 
McMillan,  Hugh,  baker.  King,  near  Common  street. 
McMillan,  John,  cooper,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 
M'Mullen,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  59  St.  .\ntoine  street.. 
M'MuUen,  Sarah,  washing,  130  Blcury  street. 
M^Naley,  Mrs.,  house  Colborne,  near  Gabiiel  street. 
M^Nally,  Thomas,  house  Roy  lane. 
M<Namee,  G.,  grocery  and  tavern,  61  St.  Antoine  street. 
M^Naughton,  A.,  grocer,  46  St.  Mary  street. 
M*Naughton,  Thomas,  house  l4  St.  Bernard  street. 
M'Naughton,  John,  dry  goods,  City  Bank  buildings,  St.  Paul 

street. 
M<Naughton,  Alexander,  plasterer,  8  St.  Genevietre  stiect. 
M^Naughlon,  S.,  trader,  Ann^  near  William  street.( 


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M'Neice,  James,  dry  goods,  corner  Wellington  and  Prince 

streets. 
M»Neice,  John,  tailor,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
M'Neice,  Peter,  carter,  Coibornc,  near  Gabriel  street. 
M^Nespy,  Frederick,  joiner.  Busby  lane. 
M'Nevin,  Daniel,  patternmaker,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  st. 
M^^Nider,  Jame?,  hotel,  60  Notre  Dame  street. 
M-'Nider,  A.,  sign  and  herald  painter,  24  St.  Charles  Bor- 

romee  street. 
M'Nider,  William,  clerk,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sanguinet  st. 
M'Nider,  Joseph,  house  corner  Grant  and  St.  Mary  streeJs. 
M'Null}",  Mrs.,  seamstress,  King,  near  Common  street, 
M'Phee,  John,  book-keeper,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sanguinet 

street. 
M'Pherson,  Crane  &  Co.,  forwarders,  &c.,  Common  street, 

opposite  the  Canal  wharf. 
M'Pherson  &  Gorrie,  grocers,  126  St.  Mary  street. 
M'Pherson,  D.  L.,  house  corner  Common  and  Dalhousie  st?. 
M'Phcrson,  John,  &  Son,  musical  instrument  makers,  9  Sc. 

Dominique  street. 
M'Pherson,  M.,  milliner,  42  St.  Lawrence  street. 
M'Queen,  Daniel,  cooper,  Victoria  road. 
iM'Quillan,  A.,  house  176  Notre  Dame  street. 
M'Rider,  D.,  mason,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
M^Shane,  Patrick,  cattle  dealer,  corner  Prince  and  William 

streets. 
M'Shane,  James,  joiner,  William,  near  Prince  street. 
M'Shane,  Mrs.,  house  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
M'Tavish,  Duncan,  house  Durocher  street,  near  the  mountain. 
M'Tavish,  Alexander,  cooper,  Common,  near  Grey  Nun  st. 
M'ThomaSj  John,  shoemaker,  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
iM'Ve}'-,  John,  cabinet  maker,  Vitie,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
M'Vey,  Patrick,  labourer,  Piince,  near  Wellington  street. 
M'Walter,  Thomas,  blacksmith.  Queen, near  William  street. 
M^VVaters,  J.,  houje  13  St.  Genevieve  street. 
M^Williams,  James,  labourer,  Queen,  near  Common  street.    . 
Macdonald,  Colin,  town  major,  63  St.  Lewis  street. 
Macdonald,  J.,  grocer,  76  St.  Paul  street. 

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Mdcdougall,  D.  L.,  houia  Bellevue  collage,  Cote  H  lUror. 
Macdougall  &  Glass,  produce  and  bill  brokers,  30  St.  Fran9oi3 

Xavier  street. 
Macfarlane,  James,  grocery  and  wines,  88  J^olre  Dame  st. 
Macfarlane,  William  S.,  grocery  and  wines, corner  St.  Fran- 

9ois  Xavier  and  Noire  Dame  streets. 
Macfarlane,  Waller,  wholesale  dry  goods,   183  St.  Paul  st., 

house  46  Craig  street. 
Mack,  John,   King's  Arms   Inn,   St.  Chailcs  street,   New 

Maiket. 
Mack,  David,  merchant,  house   corner  St.  Joseph  and  Guy 

streets. 
Mack,  James,  merchant,  house  corner  St.  Joseph  anJ  Guy 

streets. 
Macintosh  (N.)  &  Cc,  wholesale  groceis,  16-i  St.  Paul  st. 
Macintosh,  K.,  house  104  St.  Anloine  street. 
Macintosh,  William,  wholesale  dry  goods,  164  St.  Paul  st., 

house  Bleury,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Macintosh,  Mrs.  J.,  house  120  St.  Anloine  street. 
Macka}',  David,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  groceries  and 

wines,  8  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Mackay,  Joseph,  importer  of  dry  goods,  202  St.  Paul  street. 
Mackay,  Donald,  merchant  tailor,  162  Notre  Dame  street. 
Mackay,  John  M.,  dry  goods  and  clothing,  203  Notre  Dame 

street. 
Mackay,  Robert,  advocate,  12  St.  Vincent  street,  house  St. 

Denis,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Macka}',  Kobert   W.  S.,  circulating  library,  book  and  sta- 
tionery store,  115  Notre  Dame  street,  house  3  Chenne- 

ville  street. 
Mackay,  Edward,  at  Joseph  Mackay's,  202  St.  Paul  street. 
Mackay,  Bartholomew,  chandler,  Visitation,  near  St.  Mary 

street. 
Mackay,  Joseph,  house  38  St.  Denis  street. 
Mackay,  Daniel,  house  Vitre,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee  st. 
Mackay,  George,  gardener,  7  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Mackay,  E.,  bailiff,  Guy,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Mickay  8c  Skeltooi  Ory  goods,  164  Notre  Dame  street. 


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Mdckenzif*,  J.  G.,  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  St.  Josepit, 

near  St.  Paul  street. 
Mackenzie,  J.   G.,    house    Slierbrooke,    near   St.   Charle» 

Borromee  street. 
Maclehose,  Thomas,  house  31  Bonavenlure  street. 
Micnider,  William,  M.D.,  142  Crai;^  street. 
Ma9on  (J.  B.)  &  Son,  auetioneers  and  commission  merctiants^ 

2  Nuns'  buildings,  St.  Joseph  street. 
Ma9on,  J.  B.,  house  73  Craig  street. 
Ma9Jn,  Mrs.,  house  17  St.  Monique  street. 
Mrt9on,  Pierre,  labourer,  149  Sanguinet  street. 
Macrow,  J.,  &  Co.,  hair  dressers,  161  Notre  Dame  street. 
Maffre,  Joseph,  sen.,  professor  of  music,  3  Craig  street. 
Mafifre,  Joseph,  jun.,  musician,  58  Sanguinet  street. 
Mageau,  Joseph,  joiner,  67  Sherbrooke  street. 
Maggison,  Robert,  house  corner  Prince  and  Gabriel  streets* 
Magrane,  Thomas,  house  42  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Magranc,  H.,  book-kceper,  34  Sanguinet  street. 
Magurn,  Alexander^  clerk,  9  Grant  street. 
Mahany,  John,  dry  goods,  52  St.  Mary  street. 
Maher,  Patrick,  storeman,  St.  Bernard  street. 
Mahon,  Mrs.,  British  Arms  inn,  83  Foundling  street. 
Mahon,  Patrick,  carter,  48  Wolfe  street. 
Mahon,  Patrick,  labourer,  George,  near  William  street. 
Mahon,  John,  joiner,  lane  ofFCampeau  street. 
Mahony  (J.)   &  Fitzpatrick  (J.),   wines   and  groceries,   2 

M«Gill  street,  house  13  St.  Peter  street. 
Mahony,  Daniel,  teacher,  13  St.  Peter  street. 
Mahue,  Alexander,  carpenter,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Maillet,  A.,  house  48  St.  Joseph  street. 
Maillet,  VVuliam,  house  13  Mountain  street. 
Maillet,  £.,  shoemaker,  67  St.  Paul  street,  house    14  St. 

Denis  street. 
Maillet,  N.,  farmer,  Mignonne,  near  Visitation  street. 
Maiilou,  Edward^  baker,  Dupre  lane. 
Maillou,  J.  P.,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Amherst  st. 
Mainville^  M.^  shoemaker,  Cadteux  village. 


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Maissoneuve,  F.,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  Amherst  st. 

Maitlands,  Tylee  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  wine  merchants, 
corner  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  and  Hospital  streets. 

MaitIand,Capt.  J.  H.,  office  Hospital,  near  St.Fran9oisXavier 
street. 

Maitland,  Robert,  miller,  William,  near  George  street. 

Major,  Miss  M.,  millinery  show  rooms,  13  Great  St.  James 
street. 

Major,  Edward,  13  Great  St.  James  street. 

Major,  Jas.  E.,  pot  and  pearl  ash  inspector,  house  St.  Anloine, 
near  Guy  street. 

Major,  Toussaint,  carpenter.  Jure,  near  St.  Alexander  street. 

Major,  Fla?ien,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Simeon 
street* 

Major,  N.,  caulker,  Panet,  near  Lagauchctiere  street. 

Major,  Toussaint,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Tolentin  st. 

Malamby,  Mrs.,  house  29  St.  Tolentin  street. 

Malard,  Leon,  grocer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Malboine  &  Descve,  dry  goods,  95  St.  Paul  street. 

Malcolm,  Miss  C,  ladies'  school,  46  St.  Lewis  street. 

Maleport,  J.,  carter,  52  Panet  street. 

Mallagh,John,  cabinetmaker,  Lagauchetiere, near  St.  George 
street. 

Mallarbe,  J.  B.,  shoemaker,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  si. 

Mallochi,  Joseph,  joiner,  231  St.  Joseph  street. 

Malloin,  Joseph,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  street. 

Male,  Louis,  pleasure  garden,  15  Perthius  street. 

Malo,  Baptiste,  carpenter,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherijie  st.. 

Malsburg,  William,  book-keeper,  6  St.  Dominique  street. 

Manby,  Mrs.,  dress  maker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis  st. 

Mann,  David,  dry  goods,  l5  St.  Mary  street. 

Mann,  Godfrey,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  LagaU' 

chetiere  street. 
Mann,  A.,  clerk,  4  Chenneville  street. 
Mann,  George,  currier,  15  St.  Mary  street. 
Manning,  Patrick,  storeman,  120  St.  Joseph  street. 
Manson,  William,  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 
Mantha,  Edward,  butcher,  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  st. 


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Mantha,  Henry,  carpanter,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Mantha,  Mrs.,  house  61  St.  Constant  street. 

Mantz,  George,  printer,  5i  Sanguinet  street. 

Manuel,  A.,  house  73  St.  Constant  street. 

Manuel  &  Kierzkowski,  civil  engineers,  40  Great  St.  Jfames 

street. 
Maranda,  Joseph,  carter,  48  St.  Maurice  street. 
Marceau,  Joseph,  shoemaker, 79  St.  Paul  street. 
Marcelais,  F.  X.,  butcher,  9  St.  Tolentin  street. 
Marchand  &  Desmarteau,  grocers,  Fabrique  street. 

Marchand, ,  mattress  maker,  135  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Marcille,  Toiissainl,  grocer,  141  St.  Joseph  street. 

Marciller,  Louis,  labourer,  46  St.  Ehzabelh  street. 

Marcotte,  Andre,  tavern,  46  Visitation  street. 

Marcotto,  F.,  labourer,  128  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Marcotte,  Mrs.,  house  Perthius  street,  near  Berry  lane. 

Marcottp,  Jas.,  moulder,  30  Voltigeur  street. 

Marin,  Xavier,  bootmaker.  Inspector,  near  College  street. 

Marin,  J.  13.,  labourer,  35  Voltigeur  street. 

Marin,  Clement,  house  Montcalm,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Marion,  Olivier,  cabinet  maker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St. 

Constant  street. 
I\larlow,  D.,  tailor,  21  Cole  street. 
Marion,  A.,  dry  goods,  92  St.  Paul  street. 
Marion,  J.  B.,  grocer.  Visitation,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Marion,  Charles,  coacbmaker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Marky,  Patrick,  joiner,  17  St.  Urbain  street,  in  rear* 
Marois,  H.,  shoemaker,  78  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Marquis,  Andre,  carter,  23  Inspector  street. 
Marquis,  George,  coffee  house,  57  Craig  street, 
Marr,  Joseph,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Urbain  st. 
Marsh,  Alexander,  labourer,  Lajauchetiere,  near  St.  George 

street. 
Marshall,  Mrs.,  widow,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Marshal],  (Mrs.,)  &  Brooks,  (Miss,)  ladies'  school,  5  Champ 

de  Mars  atreet. 
Marshes  &  Shepherd,  Pond»'  Works,  Sheffield,  office  190  St. 

Paul  street* 


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Mdrtelle,  M.,  house  114  St.  Constant  street. 

Martelle,  Louis,  cabinet  maker,  Lagaucheticre,  near  Wolfe 
street. 

Martelle,  P.,  painter,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street* 

Martelle,  A.,  shoemaiter,  77  Sanguinet  street* 

Martelle,  Joseph,  saddlery  and  harness,  G9  St.  Paul  street, 
house  59  Sanguinet  street. 

Martelle,  N.,  dry  goods,  122  Notre  Dame  street. 

Martin,  John,  joiner,  6S  Commissioners  street. 

Martin,  William,  tailor,  23  Clienneville  street. 

Martin,  Antoine,  joiner,  21  Chabellois  street. 

Martin,  Pierre,  painter,  42  Volligeur  street. 

Martin,  Mrs.  S.,  grocer,  42  Campeau  street. 

Martin,  Francis,  house  St.  Catherine  near  Visitation  street. 

Martin  &  Lehaire,  dry  goods,  175  St.  Paul  street. 

Martin,  Hugh,  shoemaker,  Lagaucheticie,  near  Voltigeur  st. 

Martin,  L.  S.,  notary  public,  207  Notre  Dame  street,  house 
15  St.  Urbain  street. 

Martin,  James,  carpenter,  2  Rer ollet  street. 

Martin,  Simeon,  grocer,  141  Sanguinet  street. 

Martin,  Owen,  carter,  King,  near  Common  street. 

Martin,  Albert,  chair  maker,  33  St.  Lewis  street. 

Martineau,  Joseph,  shoemaker.  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Martineau.,  Fis.,  tinsmith,  16  St.  George  street. 

Martineau,  Loui<!,  carpenter,  St.  Cladius  street. 

Martineau,  Louis,  cabinet  maker,  80  Sanguinet  street. 

Martineau,  Mrs.,  house,  Dumarais  lane. 

Martineau,  Amable,  engineer,  74  Bonaventure  street. 

Martineau,  Lawrence,  grocer,  137  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Martineau,  Julien,  joiner,  corner  St.  Andre,  and  St.  Cathe- 
rine streets. 

Martineau,  Antoine,  carter,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  st. 

Mason,  Andrew,  house  Common,  near  Prince  street. 

Mason,  James,  veteiinary  surgeon  and  stable,  51  Craig  street. 

Mason,  William,  labourer,  159  Craig  street. 

Mason,  Mrs.,  teacher  of  music,  100  Bleury  street. 

Massie,  Edmond,  cooper,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Massie,  Frs.,  mason,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 


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Masson,  Hon.  Joseph,  house  124  Notre  Dame  street. 

Masson,  Joseph,  house  50  :St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Masson,  D.,  wholesale  and  retail  wines  and  groceries,  corner 

St.  Joseph  and  M'Gill  streets. 
Masson,  (P.  F.)  &  Failinger(T.,)  forwarders,  St.  Joseph  st., 

near  Canal  Basin. 
Mastcrman,  C.  butcher,  corner  Dorchester  and  Guy  streets. 
Masterman,  William,  butcher,  87  Mountain  street. 
Matchitt  &  Hill,  wholesale  dry  goods,  164  St.  Paul  street. 
Matchitt,  R.  I,  house  24  St.  Genevieve  street. 
Math6,  Narcisse,  joiner,  99  St.  Mary  street. 
Mather,  William,  cabinet  maker,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington 

street. 
Mathews,  diaries,  blacksmith,  99  St.  Antolne  street.) 
Mathewsj  George,  engraver  and  lithographer,  14  St.  Francois 

Xavier  street. 
Mathews,  Frederick,    book-keeper,    Dorchester,    near    St. 

George  street. 
Mathews,  William,  builder,  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  st. 
Mdthew,  Joseph,  house  St.  Margaret  street. 
!\iathevv,  John,  stone  cutter,  75  St.  Constant  street. 
Mathew,  Joseph,  mason,  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Mathewson,  John,  soap  and  candle  factory.  Inspector  street, 

house  8  St.  Joseph  street. 
Mathewson  (Samuel,)  &  Son  (James,)  grocers,  &c.,  44  M'- 
Gill street. 
Mathewson,  H.,  house  29  St.  Antoine  street. 
Mathewson,  J.  L.,  house  corner  St.  Antoine  and  Guy  streets. 
Mathewson,  (James,)  &  Sinclair  (John,)  general  merchants, 

183  St.  Paul  street. 
Mathewson,  Robert,  house  15  St.  Antoine  street. 
Mathewson,  George,  bricklayer,  Kempt,  near  William  st.    . 
Mathieson,  Rev.  Dr.,  house  Conseillers  de  Ville  street. 
Matte,  Ambrose,  house  46  St.  George  street. 
Matreverse,  Mrs  ,  toll  gate  hotel,  head  of  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Maturin,  P.,  butcher,  St.  Catherine,  near  Amherst  street. 
Mavie,  Frs.,  labourer,  139  St.  Constant  street. 
Mavor,  James,  stone  cutter,  20  Chenneyillle  street. 


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Maxwell,  Samuel,  cabinet  maker,  81  St.  Constant  street. 
Maxwell,  James,  teacher,  7  St.  Dominique  street. 
Maxwell,  Wm.,  Dupic  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Maxwell,  Edward,  joiner,  Murray,  near  William  street. 
May,  Mrs.  Henry,  house  211  St.  Joseph  street. 
May,  Samuel  H.,  clerk,  1  St.  Genevieve  street. 
Maybell,  J.,  veterinary  surgeon,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis 

street. 
Mayer,  John,  sawyer,  7  Tolentin  street. 
Mayer,  Thomas,  plasterer.  Vitro,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 
Mayer,  O.,  joiner,  99  St.  Constant  street. 
Mayguez,  Mrs.,  house  Amherst,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Mayguez,  Francis,  furrier.  Water,  near  Grant  street. 
Mayguez,  A.,  carter,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Mayguez,  N.,  shoemaker,  39  St.  Philip  street. 
Mayguez,  Joseph,  joiner,  German,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Mayguez,  Misses,  boarding  house,  14  St.  George  street. 
Mayo,  Charles,  Exchange  hotel,  St.  Paul  street. 
Mayor's  office,  City  hall,  Notre  Dame  street. 
Maysenholder,  D.,  working  jeweller,  28  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Mazzocchi,  V.,  musician,  45  St.  Dominique  street. 
Mead,  C.  H.,  &  Co.  (J.  H.  Mead,)  hatters  and  farriers,  99 

Notre  Dame  street. 
Mead,  (G.  H.),  Brothers  &  Co.,  music  saloon,  3  St.  Gabriel 

street,  opposite  the  Champ  de  Mars. 
Mead,  Brothers  &  Co.,  music  store,  11  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier 

street. 
Mearns,  Charles,  cabinet  maker,  12  St.  Mary  street. 
Mechanics'  Institute,  reading  room,  Fortification  lane,  near 

St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Mears,  Miss  J.,  ladies'  school,  54  St.  Antolne  street. 
Medical  Hall,  Urquhart  &  Hose,  92  Notre  Dame  street. 
Megill,  Wm.,  china,  glass,  &c.,  128  St.  Paul  street. 
Megorian,  James,  tallow  chandler,  corner  Craig  and    St. 

Constant  streets. 
Meilleur,  J.  B.,  M.  D.,  Superintendant  of  Education^  28  St. 

Denis  street. 
Meilieur^  G.,  shoemaker^  20  Cbabellois  street. 


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Milleport,  Louis,  trader,  68  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Mecheloin,  Joseph,  grocer,  Visitation,  ntmt  Mignonne  street. 

Meloche,  F.,  mason,  21  Visitation  street. 

Melville,  Robert,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  st. 

Menard,  F.,  labourer,  Montcalm,  near  D^  Chester  street. 

Menard,  Amable,  carter,  141  St.  Joseph  street. 

Menard,  Louis,  shoemaker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  st. 

Monard,  Mrs.,  dressmaker,  66  St.  Denis  street. 

Alendham,  William,  labourer,  corner  Chenneville  and  Lagau- 
chetiere  streets. 

Mercantile  Library  Association,  reading  room|  Nuns'  build- 
ings, St.  Joseph  street. 

Mercier,  Etienne,  butcher,  St.  Catherine,  near  Durham  st. 

Mercier,  Edward,  tavern,  63  St.  Paul  street. 

Mercier,  L.,  plasterer.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Mercure,  Felix,  house  85  Craig  street. 

Meredith,  (W.  C.,)  &Bethune  (^S.,)  advocates,  33  St.  James 
place,  Little  St.  James  street. 

Merritt,  P.  B.,  cabinet  warehouse,  12  St.  Joseph  street. 

Merritt,  Mr.,  ship  builder.  Current  St.  Mary. 

Meteyer,  Pierre,  cart  maker,  64  Sf  Joseph  street. 

Meteyer,  Misses,  house  52  St.  Joseph  street. 

Meteyer,  Benjamin,  furrier,  51  St.  Joseph  street. 

Metzler,  Francis,  tailor,  St.  Lawrence  Hill,  near  Craig  street. 

Meyer,  H.  J.,  notary  public,  35  Little  St.  James  street. 

Meyer,  Henry,  furrier,  102  Notre  Dame  street. 

Meyer,  Henry,  temperance  coit'ee  house,  228  St.  Paul  street. 

Meyer,  Thomas,  plasterer,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 

Michon,  Germain,  house  101  Craig  street. 

Middlemiss,  James,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  corner  St. 
George  street. 

Middlemiss,  William,  engineer,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 

Middleton,  Thomas,  house  4  St  Edward  street. 

Miles,  Edmund,  paper  hanger,  44  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Military  Secretary's  Office,  Dalhousie  square. 

Miljeurs,  A.,  carter,  4  Monique  street. 

Millar,  Edmonstone  &  Allan,  general  merchants,  corner  For* 
tiUcation  lane  and  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 


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Miliar,  J.  M.,  house  3  Bonaventure  street. 
Miller,  Peter,  shoemaker,  114  St.  Dominique  street. 
Miller,  D.  (N.  P.,)  205  Notre  Dame  street,  house  3  St.  An- 

toine  street. 
Miller,  (William,)  &  Co.,  paper  warehouse,  146  St.  Paul  st. 
Miller,  Dr.  John,  43d  Kegt.,  41  Tolenlin  street. 
Miller,  S.,  shoemaker,  124  St.  Joseph  street. 
Miller,  Narcisse,  shoemaker,  German,  near  Dumarais  lane. 
Miller^  B.  &c  A.,  bookbinders,  Place  d'Armes  hill. 
Miller,  James,  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  Kin<;  street. 
Miller,  John,  storeman,  8  St.  Bernard  street. 
Miller,  William,  house  22  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Miller,  Miss  M.,  dry  goods  and  millinery,  95  Notre  Dame  st. 
Milkr,  Alexander,  house  42  St.  Antoine  street. 
MilleV.;  James,  cooper,  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Inspector  streets. 
Miller,  William,  baker.  Jure,  near  St.  Alexander  street. 
Miller,  J.  E.  L.,  printer,  158  Notre  Dame  street. 
Millet,  Louis,  butcher,  5  St.  Ignace  street. 
Milligan,  David,  dry  goods,  158  Notre  Dame  street. 
Milligan,  Samuel,  dry  goods,  240  St.  Paul  street. 
Milligan,  Mrs.,  Lagauchctlere,  near  Campeau  street. 
Milligan,  William,  foundry  man,  47  Voltigeur  street. 
Millotte,  Edward,  cooper,  Roy  lane,  near  Bonaventure  st. 
Mills,  John  E.,  banker,  37  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street,  house 

Bellaire  Cottage,  head  of  Genevieve  street. 
Mills,  Robert,  house  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 
Mills,  John,  engineer.  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
Mills,  Thomas,  watchmaker,  9  Cemetery  street. 
Mills,  James,  landing  waiter,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  st. 
Mills,  R.,  plasterer,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Millyer,  Nicholas,  cart  maker,  Chabellois  square. 
Milne,  James,  agent  for  the  Bible  Society,  30  M'Gill,  near  St. 

Maurice  street. 
Minette  Louis,  labourer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alexander  st 
Minshall,  Mrs.,  grocer,  102  St.  Mary  street. 
Minshall,  Dr.  J.,  102  St.  Mary  street. 
Minshal),  John,  school,  corner  Cote  and  Lagauchetiere  sts. 
Mitchel,  Thomas,  foundryman,  16  Panet  street. 


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Mitchel,  Mrs.  Mary,  9  Amherst  street. 

Mitchell,  Robert,  carter,  101  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Mitchell,  F.,  shoemaker,  Dupre  lane. 

Mitchell,  John,  grocer,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Mitchell,  Thomas,  advocate,  37  Little  St.  James  street. 

Mittleberger,  Charles,  general  merchant,  St.  Helen  street. 

Mittleberger,  John,  house  59  Bonaventure  street. 

Moan,  John,  carter.  King,  near  William  street. 

Moany,  Mrs.,  house  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Mochrie,  George,  baker,  11  St.  Alexander  street. 

Moffdtt,  Hon.  George,  house  Dalhousie  square. 

Moifatt,  Isaac,  London  tavern,  l4  St.  Lambert  street. 

Mofiatt,  Mrs.  Jane,  boarding  house.  Jure,  near  Bleurj  street. 

Moffatt,  Isaac,  jun.,  tailor,  153  Notre  Dame  street. 

Moffatt,  Edward,  labourer,  Prince,  near  William  street. 

Moguin,  Madame,  48  Amherst  street. 

Mohan,  Patrick,  tavern,  94  Foundling  street. 

Moir,  Peter,  house  Prince,  near  William  street. 

Moir,  Archibald,  bouse  Alexander,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 

Moir,  John,  house  Brickfields,  Grilfintown. 

Moir,  Philip,  stone  cutter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Molahan,  James,  turner,  corner  Colborne  and  William  sts. 

Molloy,  John,  trader,  61  Sanguinet  street. 

Molion,  Thomas  &  William,  brewery  and  distillery,  145  St. 

Mary  street. 
Molson,  Thomas,  house  St.  Miry  street,  near  Queen  square. 
Molson,  William,  house  St.  Mary  street,  near  Queen  square. 
Molson,  John,  house  Sherbrooke,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Monaghan,  Wm.,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Amherst 

street. 
Monaghan,  M.  L.,  milliner,  3  St.  Joseph  street. 
Monaghan,  J.,  tanner,  corner  of  Colborne  and  William  sts. 
Monaghan,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  50  Amherst  street. 
Monarque,  J.  B.,  bedstead  maker  and  cooper^  M<Gill,  near  St 

Mauiice  street. 
Monarque,  Andrew,  butcher,  125  St.  Mary  street. 
Monarque,  L.,  cooper,  50  Visitation  street. 
Mondelet,  Hon.  Judge  Dominique,  house  34  St.  Lewis  st. 


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Monette,  Widow,  Lagauchetieie,  near  Adolphus  street. 
Monette,  Francis,  labourer,  139  St.  Joseph  street. 
Monette,  J.  B.,  labourer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Monette,  Joachim,  carpenter.  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Monette,  Narcisse,  joiner,  99  St.  Charles  Dorromee  street. 
Monette,  Joseph, confectioner,  St.  Constant,  near  Lagauche- 

tiere  street. 
Mongenais,  J.  B.,  wood  yard,  72  St.  Maurice  street. 
Mongeon,  P.,  voyageur,  51  Panet  street. 
Monsell,  Pierre,  shoemaker,  i  St.  Antoine  street. 
Montague,  J.,  carpenter,  Bonaventurc,near  Mountain  street. 
Montbleau,  Denis,  carter,  55  St.  Andre  street. 
Montbriant,  Alexander,  clerk,  87  St.  Joseph  street. 
Montgomery,  Misses,  dress-makers,  57  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Montmarquette,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Visitation,  above  Mig- 

ncnne  street. 
Montmarquette,  C,  shoemaker,  Visitation,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 
Montmarquette,  P.,  carpenter,  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  s(. 
Montreuil,  Mrs.,  midwife,  132  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Montreal  Savings  Institution,  at  the  Montreal  Bank. 
Montreal  Bank,  Great  St.  James  street. 
Montreal  City  Bank,  St.  Paul,  near  M«Gill  street. 
Montreal  Provident  and  Savings  Bank,  177  Notre  Dame  st. 
Montreal  Fire  Insurance  Company,  177  Notre  Dame  street. 
Montreal  Gas  Light  Company's  Office,  (Albert  rurnis?,  trea- 
surer,) Place  d'Armes. 
Montreal  General  Hospital,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Dominique 

street. 
Montreal  Ladies'  Benevolent  Institution,  Mrs.  ReiJ,  matron, 

corner  St.  Charles  Borrommee  and  Lagauchetidre  sts. 
Montreal  Post  Office,  15  Great  St.  James  street. 
Montreal  Merchants'  Exchange  and  Reading  Room,   St. 

Joseph,  near  St.  Paul  street. 
Montreal  Steam  Tow  Boat  Company's  Office,  (J.  Torrance  & 

Co.  agents,)  198  St.  Paul  street. 
Montreal  Water  Works  Office,  (M.  J.  Hays,  manager,)  28 
Notre  Dame  street. 


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Montreal  Natural  History  Society,  10  Little  St.  James  st. 

Montreal  Type  Foundry,  (C.  T.  Palsgrave  agent,)  office  cor- 
ner St.  Peter  and  Lemoine  streets. 

Montreal  Gaol,  (Thomas  M«Ginn,  gaoler,)  St.  Mary,  near  St. 
Helen  street. 

Montreal  Gazette  Office,  (Robert  Abraham,  proprietor,)  174 
St.  Paul  street. 

Montreal  Herald  Office,  (R.  Weir  &  Co.,)  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Montreal  Courier  Office,  (Thomas  Finney,  printer,)  St.  Fran- 
cois Xavier,  near  Notre  Dame  street. 

Montreal  Transcript  Office,  (Donald  M'Donald,  proprietor,) 
Hospital,  near  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Montreal  Literary  Garland  Office,  (Lovell  &  Gibson,  proprie- 
tors,) St.  Nicholas,  near  St.  Paul  street. 

Montreal  Harbinger,  (Rev.  Dr.  Carrulhers,  Editor,)  at  Lovell 
&  Gibson's  printing  office,  St.  Nicholas  street. 

Montreal  Medical  Gazette,  (Drs.  Badgley  and  Sutherland, 
Editors,)  at  Lovell  &  Gibson's  printing  office,  St.  Nicho- 
las street.    . 

Montreal  Agricultural  Journal,  (William  Evans,  Editor,)  at 
Lovell  &  Gibson's  printing  office,  St.  Nichola.  street. 

Montreal  Journal  d'Agriculture,  (William  Evans,  Editor,)  at 
Lovell  &  Gibson's  printing  office,  St.  Nicholas  street, 

Montreal  Christian  Mirror  Office,  (J.  E.  L.,  Miller,  proprie- 
tor,) 158  Notre  Dame  street. 

Montreal  Directory  Office,  R.  W.  S.  Mackay,  115  Notre 
Dame  street. 

Montreal  Times  Office,  (H.  Perkins,  proprietor,)  corner  St. 
Paul  and  St.  Gabriel  streets. 

Montreal  Temperance  Advocate  Office,  at  R.  D.  Wadsworth's 

St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Montreal  Pilot  Office,  (F.  Hincks,  Editor,)  Place  d'Armes. 
Montreal  A urore  Office  (F.  Cinq  Mars,  proprietor,)  St.  Ama- 
ble  lane,  near  Newmarket. 

Montreal  Melanges  Religieux,  corner  of  St.  Denis  and  Mig- 

nonne  straet?,  J.  E.  Plinguet,  printer  and  publisher. 
Montreal  Minerve  Office,  (L.  Duvernay,  proprietor,)  13  St. 
Vincent  street. 

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Montreal  Circulating  Library,  (B.  W.  S.  Mackay,)  115  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Montreal  and  Quebec  Steamboat  Office,  at  J.  Torrance  & 

Co.'s,  198  St.  Paul  street. 
Montreuil,  A.,  notary  public,  42  St.  Mary  street. 
Montreuil,  Frs.,  carpenter.  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Montreuil,  Charles,  voyageur,  60  St.  Maurice  street. 
Montreuil,  P.,  carter,  Henry,  near  College  street. 
Moodie,  W.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  18  St.  Fran§ois  Xavier  st. 
Moody,  L.,  U.  C.  stage,  40  M'Gill  street. 
Mooney,  John,  grocery  and  tavern,  corner  St.  Maurice  street 

and  Dupre  lane. 
Moore,  John,  blacksmith,  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Moore,  Robert,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Charles 

Borromee  street. 
Moore,  (James)  Ure  (Thomas)  &  Co.,  general  merchants,  5 

St.  Sacrament  street. 
Moore,  James,  dry  goods  and  shoes,  58  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Moore,  William,  clerk,  Campeau,  near  Perthius  street. 
Moore,  Terrence,  house  53  St.  Urbain  street. 
Moore,  John,storeman,  15  Inspector  street. 
Moore,  Edward,  storeman,  Dupre  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 
Moore,  John,  house  24  Wolfe  street. 
Moore,  Anthony,  butcher,  100  St.  Joseph  street. 
Moore,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  St.  Mar}'^,  near  Gain  street. 
Moore,  Richard,  labourer.  Brickfields,  Griifintown. 
Moore,  R.  &  J.,  carpenters,  William,  near  Colborne  street. 
Moore,  Mrs.  Mary,  house  St.  Philip,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 
Moore,  William,  labourer,  corner  Water  and  Voltigeur  st. 
Moran,  Edward,  trader,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Moran,  David,  carpenter,  Prince,  near  William  street. 
Morand,  Paul,  silversmith,  St.  Amable  lane. 
Morand,  Madame,  boarding,  &c.,  76  Notre  Dame  street. 
Moreau,  Felix,  carpenter,  Hermine  street. 
Moreau,  P.,  advocate,  23  and  25  Craig  street. 
Moreau,  Joseph,  tinsmith,  177  St.  Joseph  street. 
Moreau,  Auguslin,  carpenter,  11  St.  Lewis  street. 
Morel),  Edward,  labourer,  45  Visitation  street. 


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Morell,  Nathaniel,  brewer,  68  Bonaventure  street. 

Moretti,  Pierre,  hair  dresser,  house  Q30  St.  Paul  street. 

Morgan,  James,  saddler,  corner  Campeau  and  Perthius  sts. 

Morgan,  J.,  furniture  dealer,  39  St.  Lewis  street. 

Morgan,  John,  putty  manufacturer,  122  Bleury  street. 

Morgan,  Richard,  house  Hermine  street. 

Morgan,  C,  butcher,  115  St.  Joseph  street. 

Morgan,  John,  jun.,  saddler,  41  St.  Lewis  street. 

Morin,  A.  N.,  advocate,  29  Gabriel  street. 

Morin,  A.,  hatter,  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Morin,  Narcisse,  cooper,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Morin,  Jules,  mason,  53  Andre  street. 

Morin,  P.,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Morin,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Henry,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 

Morin,  Louis,  cooper,  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Mountain  streets. 

Morin,  Joseph  A.,  advocate,  18^  St.  Vincent  street. 

Morley,  John,  bank  clerk,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sanguinet  st. 

Morley,  M.,  dry  goods,  36  St.  Mary  street. 

Morley,  Samuel,  labourer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Morley,  Emmanel,  cook  and  baker,  69  Campeau  street. 

Morogh,  F.,  labourer,  39  St.  Ignace  street. 

Mortimer,  Richard,  house  17  Campeau  street. 

Morton,  Robert,  builder,  George,  near  Wellington  street. 

Morton,  William,  shoemaker,  William  street. 

Morris,  Joseph,  carter,  ott"  Mountain  street. 

Morris,  James,  cabinet  maker,  56  Chenneville  street. 

Morris,  James,  shoemaker,  Prince,  near  William  street. 

Morris,  Robert,  saddlery  and  harness,  135  Notre  Dame  street. 

Morris,  William,  135  Notre  Dame  street. 

Morris,  Hugh,  labourer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur  street. 

Morris,  Daniel,labourer,l2  St. Charles  Borrom^e  street,  in  rear. 

Morris,  Misses  A.  &  H.,  milliners,  Hermine  street. 

Morris,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  st. 

Morris,  James,  boot  and  shoe  store,  96  Notre  Dame  street. 

Morris,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  st. 

Monis,  James,  bootmaker,  96  Notre  Dame  street. 

Morriseau,  J.  B.,  house  120  St.  Dominique  street. 

Morrison,  M.,  advocate,'87  Craig  street. 


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Morrison,  Richard,  shoemaker,  George,  near  William  street. 

Morrison,  Mrs.  A.,  milliner,  13  St.  George  street.  ^.\ 

Morrison,  George,  book-keeper,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury 
street. 

Morrison,  John,  ship  carpenter,  8  Brock  street. 

Morrison,  Alexander,  carpenter,  13  St.  George  street. 

Morrison  Thomas,  baker,  George,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Morrison,  Kichanl,  shoemaker,  George,  near  William  street. 

Morrison,  Mrs.  A.,  milliner,  13  St.  George  street. 

Morrisy,  L.,  shoemaker,  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  sti?et. 

Morron,  John,  shoemaker,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Morron,  Michael,  labourer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbaln  street. 

Moses,  Michael,  painter,  15  Inspector  street. 

Moses,  Moss,  wholesale  dry  goods,  and  furs,  at  J.  D.  Ber- 
nard's, St.  Paul  street,  house  Craig  street. 

Moss  &  Brother?,  ready  made  clothing  and  dry  goods,  180  St. 
Paul  street. 

Moss,  L,,  &   Co.,  pawnbrokers  and  general   salesmen,  58 
Notre  Dame  street. 

Moss,  David,  house  114  Craig  street. 

Moss,  Henry,  ornamental  painter,  61  St.  Urbain  street. 

Moss,  Charles,  mason,  head  of  Sanguinet  street. 

Moss,  William,  painter,  96  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Moss,  Edward,  house  114  Craig  street. 

Mouche,  Joseph,  labourer,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  st. 

Mount,  E.  H.,  surgeon,  Craig,  near  5t.  Antoine  street. 

Mountain,  Thomas,  cabinet  maker,  37  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Mousselte,  A.,  tavern,  Fabrique  street,  corner  Amable  lane. 

Moussette,  S.,  labourer,  20  Wo'fe  street. 

Moyen,  James,  sawyer,  28  Panet  street. 

Mower,  John,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 

Muckle,  Mrs.  Christiana,  12  Bleury  street. 

Muir,  William,  jun.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  223  St.  Paul  st. 

Muir,  Ebenezer,  house  16  St.  Monique  street. 

Muir,  William,  merchant  tailor,  22  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  st. 

Muir,  Andrew,  jun.,  general  commission  merchant,  217  St. 
Paul  street. 

Mulgrew,  John,  labourer,  Common,  near  Prince  street. 


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MulhoIIand,  Henry,  house  142  Sherbrooke  street. 

MulhoUand,  Edward,  tailor,  Murray,  near  William  street. 

Mulligan,  R.,  storeman,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 

Mullen,  Mrs.,  house  49  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

MuUin,  James,  grocer,  12  St.  Charles  Borrom6e  street. 

Mullins,  Michael,  labourer,  King,  near  Common  street. 

MuUins,  T.,  tavern,  George,  near  William  street. 

Mullins,  F.,  lodging  house,  105  Water  street. 

Mullins,  Francis,  grocer  and  ship  chandler,  67  Commissioner 
street. 

Mullins,  Michael,  labourer,  King,  near  Common  street. 

Munier,  Hubert,  tailor,  57  Campeau  street. 

Munier,  Alexander,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alex- 
ander, street. 

Munier,  Francois,  carpenter,  35  Mountain  street. 

Munier,  Augustin,  butcher,  36  Montcalm  street. 

Munroe,  Dr.  P.,  jun.,  house  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Munroe,  Daniel,  engineer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur  st. 

Munroe,  Alexander,  tavern,  Commissioners  street,  opposite 
House  of  Assembly. 

Munroe,  George,  house  5  St.  George  street. 

Munroe,  Hugh,  shoemaker,  12  St.  George  street,  in  rear. 

Munroe,  Charles,  tanner.  Brickfields,  Griffintovvn. 

Munroe,  Albert,  blacksmith,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Amhertit 
street. 

Murphy,  P.,  dry  goods,  10  M^Gill  street,  opposite  House  of 
Assembly. 

Murphy,  A.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods,  183  Notre  Dame 
street. 

Murphy,  Alexander,  printer,  87  St.  Urbain  street. 

Murphy,  James,  clerk,  18  Sanguinet  street. 

Murphy,  Patrick,  plasterer,  George,  near  William  street. 

Murphy,  John,  smith,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 

Murphy,  P.  S.,  hardware,  103  St.  Paul  street. 

Murphy,  Daniel,  plasterer,  George,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Murphy,  Thomas,  labourer,  13  Acqueduct  street. 

Murphy,  Edward,  pedlar,  71  St.  Paul  street. 

Murphy,  Laurence,  grocery,  16  Visitation  street. 


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Murphy,  James,  servant,  5  Grant  street. 

Murphy,  Morris,  toll  gate  superintendent,  St.  Lawrence  st. 

Murray,  Miss,  house  Prince,  near  William  street.  y. 

Murray,  John,  clerk,  103  Water  street. 

Murraj',  (D.,)  and    Sanderson  (George,)  forwarders,  corner 

Common  and  Nazareth  streets. 
Murray,  D.,  house  Prince,  near  Common  street. 
Murray,  Charles,  clerk,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  street. 
Murray,  David,  teacher,  Nazareth,  near  William  street. 
Murray,  H.,  turner,  90  Amherst  street. 
Murray,  William,  merchant,  corner  Nazareth  and  Common 

streets,  house  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
Murraj',  Patrick,  bricklayer,  34  Chenneville  street. 
Murray,  Robert,  bootmaker,  101  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Murray,  George,  engineer.  College,  near  Inspector  street* 
Murray,  Patrick,  butcher,  Gabriel,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Murray,  P.,  bootmaker,  80  Notre  Dame  street,  house  Her- 

mine  street. 
Mussen,  Thomas,  silk  mercer  and  haberdasher,  corner  Notre 

Dame  and  St»  Lambert  streets, 
Mussen,  Henry,  confectioner,  137  Notre  Dame  street. 
Mutual  Fire  Insurance  Company  of  the  County  of  Montreal, 

corner  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  and  St.  Sacrament  streets. 
Myers,  Michael,  steamboat  captain,  St»  Henry,  near  College 

street. 
Myers,  John,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Nazarefh  street. 
NABESES,  Joseph,  painter,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  sU 
Nair,  Mrs.,  house  135  St.  Dominique  street. 
Namuir,  Joseph,  tinsmith,  18  St.  Pnilip  street. 
Nanlais,  Nicholas,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Montcalm  st. 
Napier,  Colonel,  secretary  Indian  department,  office  corner 

Hospital  and  St.  John  streets,  house  Cote^near  Craig  st. 
Nash,  M.,  turner,  109  Craig  street. 
Nash,  Joseph,  carter,  west  end  Bonaventure  street. 
Nasmith,  Thomas,  grocer,  55  St.  Lawrence  street. 
National  School,  R.  W.  Radford,  Bonsecours,  near  St.  Denis 

street. 
I^atural  History  Society,  10  Little  St.  James  street. 


143 

Naughee,  James,  butcher,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 

Neace,  John,  policeman,  62  Amherst  street. 

Neagle,  Thomas,  clerk  at  City  Bank,  26  Bonaventurc  street. 

Neil,  Robert,  smith,  George,  near  Nazareth  street. 

Neil,  Pierre,  teacher.  Fortification  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 

Neil,  G.  W.,  hardware  store,  31  St.  Mary  street. 

Neil,  Andrew,  blacksmith,  31  Gain  street. 

Neil,  Arthur,  boatman,  41  Volligeur  street. 

Nelson,  Wolfred,  M.D.,  corner  Little  St.  James  street  and 

St.  Lawrence  hill. 
Nelson,  Horace,  M.D.,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
Nelson,  John,  tailor,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Nelson  (H.  A.)  &  Butters  (Isaac)^  wooden  ware,  clocks,  &c., 

24  M«Gill  street. 
Nelson,  H.  A.,  house  St.  Henry,  near  College  street. 
Nevel,  James,  labourer,  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  street. 
Nevel,  Mrs.,  school,  Perthius  street. 

Newhouse,  William,  book-keeper,  37  St.  Fran9oisXavier  st. 
Newman,  John,  brewery,  Amherst,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Nichols,  Misses,  ladies'  school,  St.  John,  near  Notre  Dama 

street. 
Nichols,  Thomas,  clerk,  58  Bonaventure  street. 
Nichols,  William,  clerk,  20  St.  Urbain  street. 
Nicholson,  Thomas,  butcher,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 
Nicholson,  Arthur,  tavern  and  grocery,  Water,  near  St.  To- 

lentin  street. 
Nichols,  J.  B.,  dentist,  176  Notre  Dame  street. 
Nicholson,  J.  &  R.,  blacksmiths,  177  Craig  street. 
Nickless,  Joseph,  grocer,  116  Notre  Dame  street. 
Nixon,  John,  house  65  St.  Dominique  street. 
Nixon,  James,  milkman,  Cadieux  village. 
Noe,  L.,  Mrs.,  giocery,  corner  Mignonne  and  Dorchester  sts. 
Noe,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  81  St.  Dominique  street. 
Nokes,  C.  J.,  shoemaker,  Perthius,  near  Campeau  street. 
Nolan,  W.,  boot  and  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  George  st. 
Nolan,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  7  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Nolan,  John,  tailor,  16  St.  George  street,  in  rear. 
Nolan,  John,  labourer,  Perrault's  buildings,  St.  Gabriel  street. 


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Noles,  Mrs.,  widow,  St.  Edward  street. 

Noonan,  Timothy,  foundryman,  41  Voltigeur  street. 

Norman,  Joseph,  joiner,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Normand,  Miss,  boarding  house,  62  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Normandeau,  Mrs.  E.,  tailoress,  32  Mountain  street. 

Normandeau,  A.,  shoemaker,  32  Mountain  street. 

Noreau,  Joseph,  cooper,  45  Water  street. 

Norris,  James,  blacksmith,  Montcalm  street. 

Norton,  William,  carpenter.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Noxon,  E.,  &  Co.,  hatters  and  furriers,  104  Notre  Dame  st. 

Nowell,  Miss,  milliner,  12  St.  Lawrence  st. 

Nuckle,  John,  joiner,  51  Campeau  street. 

Nugent, ,  hair  dresser,  95  Notre  Dame  street. 

Nugent,  Thomas,  miller,  oif  St.  Mary  street,  below  the  gaol. 

Nunn,  G.,  painter  and  glazier,  9  St.  Tolentin  street. 

Nye,  Thomas,  advocate,  3  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

O'BRIEN,  B.,  boarding  house,  corner  St.  John  and  Hospital 
streets. 

O'Brien,  William,  tavern,  3  St.  Mary  street. 

O'Brien,  Robert,  grocer,  corner  Campeau  and  Perthius  sts. 

O'Brien,  Thomas,  grocer,  corner  Wolfe  and  Lagauchetiere 

streets. 
O'Brien,  Charles,  baker,  St.  Ignace,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
O'Brien,  John,  labourer,  off  Campeau  street. 
O'Brien,  Denis,  shoemaker,  51  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
O'Brien,  John,  labourer,  71  St.  Dominique  street. 
O'Brien,  Michael,  blacksmith,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
O'Brien,  Thomas,  cabinet  maker,  Prince,  near  Wellington 

street. 
O'Brien,  Michael,  shoemaker,  21  Mmntain  street. 
O'Callaghan,  James,  shoemaker,  7  Grant  street. 
O'CIaire,  Andrew,  stone  cutter,  122  St.  Lawrence  street. 
O'Connell,  Morgan,  house  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
O'Connor,  Daniel,  boots  and  shoes,  97  Notre  Dame  street. 
O'Connor,  John,  tailor,  Panet  street. 
O'Connor,  Roderick,  tailor,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
O'Connor,  Edward,  carpenter,  Victoria  road,  near  St.  Cathe- 
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O'Connor,  Stephen,  shoemaker,  73  St.  Maurice  street. 

O'Dohertj,  Dr.,  house  77  Bonaventure  street. 

O'Donnell,  J.,  pedlar,  Wolfe  street. 

O'Doud,  Francis,  mason,  Hermlne  street. 

O'Grady,  William,  labourer,  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 

O'Grady,  James,  painter,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 

O'Hara,  Patrick,  tailor,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Dominique 

street. 
O'Hara,  James,  labourer,  38  Wolfe  street. 
O'Hara,  Richard,  house  22  St.  Andre  street. 
O'Hara,  Edward,  landry,  4  Queen  square. 
O'Hara,  Patrick,  shoe  maker,  St.  Peter,  near  Notre  Dame  st. 
O'Kaine,  Joseph,  coach  builder,  131  Craig  street. 
O'Eeefe,  Michael,  shoemaker,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington 

street. 
O'Eeefe,  Mrs.,  house  King,  near  Common  street. 
O'Meara,  Mrs.  Thomas,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 
O'Meara,  Michael,  coach  builder,  Radigonde  street,  near 

Hay  Market. 
O'Meara,  Michael,  joiner,  48  Amherst  street. 
O'Neil,  Mrs.,  house  11  St.  Bernard  street. 
O'Neil,  Thomas,  bailiff,  Vitre,  near  St.  Dominique  street. 
O'Neil,  James,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
O'Neil,  Miss,  A.>  house  83  St.  Constant  street. 
O'Neil,  Felix,  servant,  19  Adolphus  street. 
O'Neil,  Charles,  bootmaker,  9  St.  Bernard  street. 
Ogden  &  Co.,  provision  inspectors,  corner  Great  St.  James 

street  and  Hay  market. 
Ogden,  Mrs.  C,  house  1  Cornwall  terrace,  St.  Denis  street. 
Ogden,  Meredith,  merchant.  City  Bank  buildings,  St.  Paul 

street. 
Ogilvy,  John  N.,  deputy  harbour  master.  Commissioner  st. 

corner  of  Custom  House  square. 
Olive,  Mrs.  A.,  seamstress,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
Olive,  Misses,  dressmakers,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 
Oliver,  Robert,  Government  clerk,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Eliza- 
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Oliver,  William,  engineer,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Olivier,  Louis  A.,  advocate,  St.  Therese  street. 

Omet,  F.  H.J  labourer,  head  of  St.  Germain  street. 

Orr,  W.  R.,  Adclphi  hotel,  corner  Place  d'Armes  and  Little 

St.  James  street. 
Orr,  James  U.,  general  importer  and  commission  merchant, 

corner  St.  Peter  and  Lemoino  street!?,  house  Beaver  hall 

terrace. 
Orr,  John,  Orr's  hotel,  9G  Notre  Dame  street. 
Orlean,  Joseph,  waterman,  off  St.  Denis  street. 
Orriando,  A.,  butcher,  near  the  Cross,  St.  Mary  street. 
Orsaille,  Thomas,  dry  goods,  91  St.  Mary  street. 
Osborne,  Henry,  grocery  store,  76  St.  Mary  street. 
Osborne,  Joseph,  tavern.  Commissioner  street,  opposite  the 

House  of  Assembly. 
Ostell,  J.  city  surveyer,  office  City  ball,  house  36  Great  St. 

James  street. 
O'Snllivan,  Michael,  cart  maker,  8  St.  George  street. 
Ouellp,  B.,  sawyer,  25  St.  Ignace  street. 
Ouclle,  Alexander,  carter,  12  Acqueduct  street. 
Ouimet,  F.  X.,  tavern,  127  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Ouimet,  E.,  blacksmith,  76  St.  Joseph  street. 
Ouimet,  Luke,  joiner,  22  Amherst  street. 
Ouimet,  Andre,  Advocate,  house  Fortification  lane,  near  St. 

Lawrence  hill. 
Ouimet,  J.  B.,  house  117  St.  Constant  street, 
Ouimet,  Joseph,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  Brock  street. 
Oustrand,  Charles,  carpenter,  William,  near  Murray  street. 
Ouyette,  Joseph,  mason,  14  Inspector  street. 
Owens,  John,  civil  engineer,  15  St.  Edward  street. 
PAILLEFER,  Godfrey,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Mont- 
calm street. 
Painchaud,  A.,  merchant,  168  Craig  street. 
Paincbaud,  Antoine,  coach  maker,  entrance  of  St.  Antolne 

street. 
Pallassoe,  William,  carpenter.  Jure,  near  Bleury  street 
Palette,  Pierre,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Hubert  street. 
Palmer,  Robert,  hotel,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 


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Pdlmer,  A.,  blacksmith,  WilliaiDi  near  Grey  Nun  street. 
Pdlmer,  Mrs.  stay  maker,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Palmer,  John,  sawyer,  Nazareth,  near  George  streeL 
Palsgrave,  C.  T.,  agent  for  the  Inland  Marine  Insurance  Co., 

3  Lemoine  street,  house  Albert  Place,  St.  Urbain  street. 
Panton,  T.  C,  vvinss  and  groceries,  150  St.  Paul  street. 
Papin,  Frs.,  wheelwright,  116  Bleury  street. 
Papin,  Laurence,  carter,  115  St.  Constant  street. 
Papin,  Joseph,  carpenter,  14  Salaberry  street. 
Papin,  M.,  tobacconist,  Darocher,  near  Slierbrooke  street. 
Papineau,  D.  E.,  notary  public,  21  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  st., 

house  22  Craig  street. 
Papineau,  Leon,  caulker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Dominique 

street. 
Papineau,  Miss,  boarding  house,  Queen  square- 
Papineau,  Peter,  carter,  Panet,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Papineau,  John,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Catherine,  naar  St.  Con- 
stant street. 
Paquet,  A.,  carter.  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Paquet,  J.  L.,  sawyer,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Paquet,  Joseph,  cooper,  17  Wolfe  street. 
Paquet,  Joseph,  carter,  rear  of  27  Salaberry  street. 
Paramore,  Edwin,  grocer,  51  Notre  Dame  streeL 
Paranteau,  J.  B,,  mason,  St.  Alexander,  near  Sl.  Catherine 

street. 
Pardy,  Mrs.,  house  2  Durham  place,  St.  Lewis  street* 
Pare,  Joseph,  carpenter,  lane  off  St.Catherine,  near  St.  Denis 

street. 
Pare,  B.,  house  110  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Pare,  J.  B.,  grocer,  corner  Port  and  Foundling  streets. 
Pare,  Hubert,  grain  merchant,  171  St.  Paul,  house  corner  St. 

James  and  St.  Francois  Xavier  streets. 
Pare,  Felix,  blacksmith.  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Pare,  Mrs.,  widow,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Pare,  J.,  cooper,  87  St.  Dominique  street. 
Parent,  J.  B.,  mason,  Dumarais  lane,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Parent,  N.,  tailor,  Dumarais  lane,  near  St.  Constant  street. 
Parent,  Pierre,  carter,  2  Acqueduct  street. 


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Farett,  Patrick,  cooper,  5Q  St.  Maurice  street. 

Parier,  Lawrence,  wood  merchant,  80  St.  Constant  street. 

Parisau,  Louis  D.,  joiner,  96  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Parisau,  Henry,  tavern,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St.  Eliza- 
beth, house  115  Sanguinet  street. 

Parisau,  B.,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Visitation  street. 

Parke,  John,  surveyor  general,  house  Rodier  Place. 

Parker,  William,  school  teacher,  30  St.  Lewis  street. 

Parker,  James,  cooper,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

Parker,  William,  sawyer,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Parker,  William,  cooper,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

Parker,  John,  cooper,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

Parker,  John,  grocery,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Panet  street. 

Parker,  William,  (Caledonia  Water  depot,)  4  Place  d'Armes. 

Parker,  Benjamin,  carter,  41  St.  Joseph  street. 

Parkson,  Mrs.  E.,  boarding  house,  corner  St.  Mary  and 
Wolfe  streets. 

Parkyn,  Thomas,  malster,  139  St.  Mary  street. 

Parkyn,  William,  engineer,  at  St.  Mary's  foundry. 

Paruther,  Rev.  D.  B.,  Episcopalian,  55  Champ  de  Mars  st. 

Pardons,  Dr.,  dentist,  13  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Partland,  Thomas,  house  Hermine  street. 

Parry,  Mrs.  A.,  boarding  house,  43  St.  Lewii  street. 

Parry,  Mrs.  Wm.,  boarding  house,  110  St.  Mary  street. 

Passmore,  Charles,  grocer,  corner  King  and  Wellington  sts. 

Faterson,  Robert,  printer,  28  Bonaventure  street. 

Pdterson,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  3  Acqueduct  street. 

Patterson,  Mrs.,  milliner,  17  St.  Mary  street. 

Pattengale,  Henry,  tavern,  31  St.  Paul  street. 

Patterson,  Robert,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  25  St.  Fran- 
cois Xavier  street. 

Patterson,  Robert,  boards  at  the  Exchange  hotel,  St.  Paul  st. 

Patterson,  Henry,  printer,  56  St.  Dominique  street. 

Patterson,  Thomas,  pattern  maker,  17  St.  Mary  street. 

Patterson,  Robert,  carpenter,  35  Amherst  street. 

Patmor6, ,  carpenter,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Paton,  William,  carter,  Lagaucheti6re,near  St.  Charles  Bor- 
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Paton,  Adam,  teacher,  103  Water  street. 
Paton,  John,  hair-dresser,  61  St.  Antoine  street. 
Patton,  Mrs.  John,  tavern,  St.  Giles,  near  Water  street. 
Patton,  James,  &  Co.,  china,  glass,  &c.,  24  M'Gill  street. 
Patrick,  William,  grocer,  78  JSt.  Maurice  street. 
Patrick,  Bartholomew,  2  Mountain  street. 
Paul,  George,  stevedore,  7  St.  George  street. 
Pawson,  William,  house  Alexander,  near  St.  Edward  street. 
Paxton,  James,  gardener,  219  St  Joseph  street. 
Payette,  J.,  tavern  and  grocery,  corner  Sanguinet  and  Dor- 
chester streets. 
Payette,  Pierre,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  street. 
Payette,  Francis,  house  off  Mountain,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Payette,  Francis^  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andr6  street. 
Payez,  Joseph,  carter,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Payne,  Edward,  wine  and  spirit  merchant,  184  Notre  Dame 

street 
Payne,  Dr.  Charles  H.  dentist,  160^  Notre  Dame  street. 
Peacock,  John,  jeweller,  17  Little  St.  James  street. 
Peck,  Thomas,  wholesale  hardware,  155  St.  Paul  street, 

house  24  M«Gill  street. 
Peck;  George,  clerk  55  St.  Antoine  street. 
Peck,  Mrs.  C,  grocer,  67  St.  Joseph  street. 
Peddie,  William,  &  Co.,  general  commission  merchants,  Le- 

rnoine  street,  house  Dorchester,  near  Mountain  street. 
Peddie,  James,  mason,  13  St.  Alexander  street. 
Peer,  John,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Pelletier,  J.  F.,  advocate,  13  St.  Vincent  street,  house  San- 
guinet street. 
Pelletier,  Madame,  house  Sanguinet  street. 
Pelletier,  G.,  notary  public,  21  St.  Antoine  street. 
Peltier,  C,  carpenter,  off  head  of  Mignonne  street. 
Peltier,  Jean,  labourer,  67  Campeau  street. 
Pelton,  Joshua,  superintendent  of  the  protestant  burial  ground, 

St.  Urbain  street. 
Pelton,  T.  J.,  notary  public,  33  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street, 

house  10  Hospital  street. 
Pennell,  Robert,  cloth  dresser,  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

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Penton,  Alexander,  shoemaker,  Dumarais  lane^near  St.  Con- 
stant street. 

Pen  Hand,  James,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  St  Simeon  St. 

Penny,  James,  mason,  Vitie,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Penny,  Robert,  mason,  Vitre,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Penny,  William,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Brock  street. 

Peoples,  Georije  II ,  grocer,  115  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Pepper,  Thoma?,  foundryman,  2  Gain  street. 

Peppin,  Louis,  carpenter,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Peppin,  Charles,  carpenter,  124  St.  Constant  street. 

Pereau,  Edwarc',  tailor,  17  Campeau  street. 

Peieau,  T.,  shoemaker,  29  Campeau  street. 

Perey,  D.,  stage  driver,  58  St.  Maurice  street. 

Perkins,  R.  H.,  commission  merchant,  226  St.  Paul,  house 
31  St.  Antoine  street. 

PeikinF,  J.  A.,  officp,  212  St.  Paul  street,  house  Lagauche- 
tiere,  near  St  Alexander  street. 

Peikln«!,  Hutlon,  house  31  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Pertman,  William,  cab  driver,  50  Panet  street. 

Perrault,  Aiigustln,  house  PerrauU's  buildings,  near  St.  Domi- 
nique street. 

Perrault,  Julius,  house  35  Champ  de  Mars  street, 

Perrault,  L.,  printer,  7  St.  Vincent  street. 

Perrault,  Pierre,  house  123  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Perrault,  Francis,  carter,  10  Brock  street. 

Perrault,  Eloi,  storeman,  18  St.  Charles  Borrommee  street. 

Perrault,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  st. 

Perrault,  Edward,  butcher,  German,  above  Mignonne  street. 

Perrault,  J.  furrier,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Perrault,  Joseph,  saddler,  152  St  Joseph  street. 

Perrault,  B.,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Amherst  street. 

Perrault,  Charles?,  carter,  City  Councillors  street. 

Perrault,  Charle?,  carter,  14  St.  Constant  street. 

Perrault,  A.,  grocer.  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Perrault,  Mrs.  house  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

Perrier,  Mrs.,  house  George,  near  William  street. 

Perrier,  M.,  labourer,  Nazareth,  near  Common  street. 

Ferrigo,  Mrs.,  house  8  Brock  street. 


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Perrigo,  John,  clerk,  Vallee,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Perrin,  F.,(lry  goods,  116  St.  Paul  street. 

Perrin,  F.,  dry  goods,  126  Notre  Dame  street. 

Perry,  Charles,  tobacconist,  83  St.  Paul  street,  house  corner 

Lagaucheticre  and  St.  Charles  Borromee  streets. 
Perry  &  Hutchins,  hardware,  wholesale  and  retail,  73  St. 

Paul  street. 
Perry,  G.,  smith,  5  St.  Urbain  street. 
Perry,  John,  dry  goods,  42  M'Gill  street. 
Perry,  A.  &  A.,  looking  glass  and  picture  framers,  208  Notre 

Dame  street,  house  56  St.  Joseph  street. 
Perry,  George,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  Jure  street. 
Petticlaire,  Charles,  printer,  St.  Hubert,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Phelan,  J.  J.,  house  68  St,  Hubert  street. 
Phelan,  James,  carter,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Phelan,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Catherlu      near  St.  Charles  Bor- 
romee street. 
Philbin,  Robert,  house  37  St.  Lewia  street. 
Philbin,  Michael,  plasterer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Philbin,  Richard,  plasterer,  Dalhousie,  near  Welliagton  st. 
Philips,  Alfred,  house  Beaver  Hall  terrace. 
Phillips,  Mrs.,  house  Beaver  Hall  terrace. 
Phillips,  H.,  brewery,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St.  Charles 

Borromee  streets. 
Phillips,  Joseph,  storeman,  corner   St.   Catherine  and  St. 

Dominique  streets. 
Fnillips,  Easton,  &  Co.,  dry  goods,  wholesale,l69  St.  Paul  st. 
Phillips,  (G.)  and  White,  (A.,)  ale  vaults,  27  St.  Gabriel  st. 
Phillips,  C,  &  Co.,  groceries  and  wines,  corner  M'Gill  and 

College  streets. 
Phillips,  C,  house,  Dorchester,  near  Acqueduct  street. 
Picard,  Jacob,  barber,  82  St.  Mary  street. 
Picard,  Gabriel,  sawyer,  St.  Adolphus,  near  Lagauchetiere 

street. 
Picard,  X.,  butcher,  42  Panet  street. 
Picard,  F.,  shoemaker,  38  Sanguinet  street. 
Picard,  Miss,  dress  maker,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 


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Picard,  Lewis,  butcher,  159  St.  Constant  street. 

Picault,  Joseph,  carter,  College  near  Inspector  street. 

Picault,  Mrs.,taiIoress,  St.  Lawrence,  near  Sherbroke  street 

Picault,  Dr.  P.  £.,  house  8  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Picault,  Joseph,  carter,  34  Margaret  street. 

Pichette,  Joseph,  carter,  lane  off  Montcalm  street. 

Pichette,  Paul,  carpenter,  head  of  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Pichette,  Olivier,  butcher,  25  Montcalm  street. 

Pichette,  Francis,  carpenter,  82  Bonafenture  street. 

Pichette,  N.,  shoemaker,  1  Acqueduct  street. 

Pichette,  Michael,  labourer,  43  Voltigeur  street. 

Pickel,  Michael,  labourer.  Brickfields,  GriffintowD. 

Picken,  H.  B.,  clerk,  10  St.  Bernard  street. 

Picken,  Misses,  school,  32  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Pickering,  H.,  bookbinder,  12  St.  Charles  Borromee  street,  in 
rear. 

Pickup,  Edward,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Alexander 
street. 

Pierce,  H.,  contractor,  Ann,  near  William  street. 

Pigeon,  George,  tinsmith.  124  St.  Mary  street. 

Pigeon,  Charles,  tavern,  St.  Amable  lane. 

Pigeon,  Joseph,  provisions,  &c.)  St.  Charles  street.  New 
market. 

Pigeon,  Antoine,  carter,  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Pigeon,  F.,  house  85  St.  Joseph  street. 

Pilkington,  R.,  engineer  department,  Perthius,  near  St.  IIu  > 

bert  street. 
Pilotte,  B.,  shoemaker,  116  Bleury  street. 

Pillon,  Jerome,  trader,  Fabrique  street. 

Pillow,  Mrs.,  grocery,  corner  Bleury  and  St.  Catherine  sts. 

Pilson,  Henry,  painter,  Hermine  street. 

Pinard,  Eloi,  carpenter,  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Elizabeth 

streets. 
Pinder,  Lot,  labourer,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 
Pion,  Louis,  carpenter,  William,  near  King  street. 
Pioneer  Steam  Boat  company's  office,  Common,  near  Nazar- 
eth street. 
Pither,  Robert^  grocer,  Lagaucbetidre,  corner  St.  Constant 
street. 


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Pivain,  Pierre,  joiner,  7  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Piza,  Rev.  D.,  Hebrew,  76  Bleury  street. 

Place,  Joseph,  boiler  maker,  Nazareth,  near  VVelllnglon  st. 
Plamondon,  Louis,  dry  goods,  177  and  220  St.  Paul  street. 

Piatt,  &  Terroux,  clerks  of  Commissioner's  Court,  office  Court 

House. 
Piatt,  George,  house  23  St.  Anloine  street. 

Plessis,  Raymond,  house  162  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Piessis,  Francis,  house  153  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Plinguet,  J.  A.,  printer,  corner  St.  Denis  and  Mignonne  sts. 

Piinsol,  Joseph,  custom  house,  76  Bonaventure  street. 

Pluff,  Peter,  ferryman,  Mignonne,  near  Visitation  street. 

Pluff,  Louis,  carter,  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Pocklington,  John,  carter,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  St.  Do- 
minique street^. 

Poelin,  Mathew,  cabinet  maker,  15  Montcalm  street. 

Poelin,  James,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 

Poet,  James,  block  and  pump  maker,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain 
street. 

Poetevan,  Joseph,  hatter,  85  St.  Urbain  street. 

Poirrier,  Nicholas,  house  Phillip,  near  Vallee  street. 

Poirrier,  Francis,  carpenter,  18  St.  Ignace  street, 

Poitras,  Noel,  mason,  126  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Poitras,  J.  B.,  mason,  29  Montcalm  street. 

Poitras,  J.  C.  A.,  advocate,  18j  St.  Vincent  street. 

Poitras,  James,  mason,  110  St.  Mary  street. 

Poitras  0.,  tailor,  66  St.  Mary  street. 

Poitras,  Joseph,  wheelwright,  64  St.  Lawrence  street. 

poitras,  Louis,  Potash  maker,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Poitras,  Exale,  joiner,  14  Queen  square. 

Poitras,  B.,  carter,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Poitras,  T.  H.,  St.  Catherine,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Police  Station,  A,  76  St.  Paul  street. 

Police  Station,  Quebec  suburbs,  Tolentin,  near  Water  street. 

Police  Station,  4  St.  Joseph,  near  M^Gill  street. 

Pominville,  M.,  stone  cutter,  St.  Philip,  near  Vallee  street. 

Pominville,  Louis,  baker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 

Pominville,  Pierrey  stone  cutter,  Vallee,  near  St.  Simeon  st. 


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PominTille,  Frs.,  mason,  Mignonne,  near  German  street. 

Pominville,  Frs.,  carpenter,  58  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Pominville,  Mrs.,  house  Dorchester  near  St.  George  street. 

Pominville,  Frs.,  carpenter,  91  Bonaventure  street.  ^ 

Pominville,  J.,  mason,  3  St.  Philip  street. 

Pominville,  F.,  baker,  57  St.  Joseph  street. 

Pool,  James,  clerk,  commissariat  office,  128  St.  Mary  st. 

Popham,  Mrs.,  upholsteress,  Amherst  street. 

Porteous,  James,  postmaster,  house  99  Craig  street. 

Porteous,  H.  S.,  collector,  38  St.  Antoine  street. 

porteous,  Mrs.  John,  house  51  St.  Lewis  street. 

Porteous,  John,  jun.,  house  51  St.  Lewis  street. 

Porteous,  William,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Wellington  st. 

Porter,  Mrs.  William,  8  Giles  stree  t. 

Posen,  Charles,  labourer,  16  Voltigcur  street. 

Poitven,  Mrs.,  grocery,  St.  Catherine,  near  Bleury  street. 

Poitven,  John,  labourer,  114  St.  Dominique  street 

Pothier,  Hon.  T.,  house  38  Craig  street. 

Potbier,  Joseph,  carpenter,  corner  Dorchester  and  St.  Eliza- 
beth streets. 

PottSjAlexander,  carriage  maker,  7  Chenneville  street. 

Potts,  James,  printer,  Herald  office,  St.  Gabriel,  near  Notre 
Dame  street. 

Poudrette,  Joseph,  dry  goods,  106  and  142  St.  Paul  street. 

Poudrette,  Edward,  dry  goods,  213  St.  Paul  street. 

Poulin,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  39  Sanguinet  street. 

Pouuden,  J.  W.,  &  Co.,  hardware  merchants,  35  St.  Gabriel 
street. 

Pounden,  J.  W.,  house  25  Sherbroke  street, 

Pouney,  Robert,  shoemaker,  Murray,  near  William  street. 

Poupard,  Mrs.,  house  8  Wolfe  street. 

Powell,  Mrs.,  milliner,  12  Place  d'Armes, 

Power,  John,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 

Power,  James,  labourer,  89  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Power,  Patrick,  shoemaker,  62  Commissioners  street. 

Power,  Miss  L.,  ladies'  school,  34  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Pragan,  Thomas,  grocer,  69  St.  Constant  street. 

Pratt,  John,  &  Co.,  wholesale  merchant*',  173  St.  Paul  st* 


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Pratt,  John,  bouse  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Pregan,  Edward,  clerk,  Jur§,  near  Bleury  street. 
Prendergast,  Mrs.,  house  37  St.  Andre  street. 
Prendergast,  John,  labourer,  German,  near  Mignonne  street* 
Prendergast,  W.,  butcher,  85  Campeau  street. 
Prenevault,  F.,  cooper,  22  St.  Maurice  street. 
Prentice,  Edward,  brewer,  66  Bleury  street. 
Presby,  J.,  smith.  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Prevanche,  Michael,  wood  yard,  46  St,  Maurice  street. 
Prevost,  Charles,  shoemaker,  62  St.  Constant  street. 
Prerost,  Jobert,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  near  Montcalm  street* 
Prevost,  Andre,  leather,  &c.,  Fabrique  street. 
Prevosf,  Mrs.,  house  22  Montcalm  street. 
Prevcst,  Jacques,  joiner,  27  Montcalm  street. 
Prevost,  Lux,  shoemaker.  Brock,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Prevost,  Louis,  labourer,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Prevost,  Mrs.,  dry  goods,  195  Notre  Dame  street. 
Prevost,  Frs.,  mason,  66  St.  Dominique  street. 
Prevost,  Octave,  tanner;  entrpnc^  St.  Antoine  street. 
V»evost,  C,  gardener,  Mignonne,  uear  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Prevost,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Prevost,  E.,  house  159  St.  Joseph  street. 
Prevost,  Felix,  painter,  52  Amherst  street. 
Prevost,  Antoine,  grocer,  corner  Bonaventure  and  Margaret 

streets. 
Prevost,  A.,  dry  goods  and  grocferies,  108  St.  Paul  street,  and 

Commissioners  streets. 
Price,  Samuel,  grocer.  Commissioners  street,  opposite  House 

of  Assembly, 
Price,  John,  bootmaker,  6  St.  Charles  Borromee  street 
Price,  Mrs.  Mary,  boarding  house,  8  St,  Peter  street. 
Proctor,  C.  D.,  house  corner  College  and  St.  Henry  streets. 
Protestant  Orphan  Asylum,  E.  Cribb,  superintendaot,  44  St. 

Antoine  street. 
Proud,  George,  miller,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  itreet* 
Proulx,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  tt. 
Proulx,  M.,  stone  cutter,  66  St.  Elizabeth  street. 


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Proulx,  James,  carter^  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andr6  street. 

Pruulx,  Mrs.,  midwife,  85  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Provandie,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  13  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Provandier,  Alexander,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Henry,  near  ^t, 
Maurice  street. 

Provancelle,  Chas.,  carpenter,  97  Sanguinet  street. 

Provancelle,  Edward,  shoemaker,  97  Sanguinet  street. 

Pfowse,  George  F.,  tin  and  copper  smith,  5  and  7  St.  Mary  st. 

Prud'bomme,  A.,  dry  goods,  84  Notre  Dame  street. 

Prud'homme,  Frs.,  blacksmith,  42  Sanguinet  street. 

Prud'homme,  C,  house  102  St.  Antoine  street. 

Prud'homme,  Frangois,  dry  goods,  Fahrique  street,  house 
Sanguinet  street. 

Prud'homme,  Louis,  shoemaker,  Cadieux  Village. 

Prud'homme,  N.  market  man,  92  St.  Antoine  street. 

Pudsey,  A.,  shoemaker,  65  St.  Dominique  street. 

PuUen,  Edward,  carpenter,  106  Bieury  street. 

Purcell,  Nicholas,  labourer,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 

Purdon,  Ptter,  drayman,  Brickfields,  Grifl5ntown. 

Pyke,  Hon.  George,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Pyke,  George,  advocate,  St.  Hubert,  near  St.  CatherLie  st. 

QUALSH,  John,  house  16  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Quarter  Master  General's  Office,  6  Durham  place. 

Quebec  Fire  Assurance,  and  Britannia  Life  Assurance,  J.  H. 

Maitland  agent,  Hospital  street. 
Quebec  Forwarding  Company,  Alexander  Ferguson,  agent, 

Common,  near  Prince  street. 
Queen,  Patrick,  labourer,  140  Wolfe  street. 
Queen,  Christopher,  butler,  21  Salaberry  street. 
Queen,  Samuel,  refectory,  43  Campeau  street. 
Queen,  Darby,  labourer,  19  Salaberry  street. 
Quesnel,  Mrs.  J.,  house  71  Craig  street. 
Quevillon,  Charles,  grocer,  140  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Quigley,  Mrs.,  house  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 
Quigley,  Thomas,  labourer,  Hermine  street. 
Quigley,  Michael,  plasterer,  William,  near  Murray  street. 
Quinn,  Mrs.  Margaret,  house  50  St.  Joseph  street. 
Quinn^  John,  tailor,  73  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Quinn,  Frs.3  butcher,  Princ? ,  near  Wellington  street. 

Quinn,  Hugh,  labourer,  19  Mountain  street. 

Quinlan,  Michael,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

fiAC£TT£,  F.,  joiner,  corner  Dumarais  lane  and  German  st. 

fiacicot,  J.  C,  clerk,  off  Montcalm  street. 

Racine,  P.  C,  house  Vitr6,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Racine,  Luke,  merchant,  St.  Constant,  near  Vitr6  street. 

Racine,  Augustin,  joiner,  Mignonne,  near  St.  D(  lis  street. 

Radenhurst,  Turnbull  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods  and  gene- 
ral merchants,  33  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 

Radenhurst,  C.  B.,  house  30  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Radiger,  John,  advocate,  64  Water  street. 

Rae,  Mrs.,  boarding  school,  77  Craig  street. 

Rae,  James,  baker,  St.  Alexander,  near  Craig  street. 

Rae,  David,  book-keeper,  Lagauchet  ere,  Qear  Wolfe  street. 

Rae,  Mrs.,  house  109  St.  Antoine  street. 

Raffan,  Thomas,  clerk,  8  Campeau  street. 

Rafferty,  James,  labourer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 

Rafter,  Thomas,  bill  poster,  28  St.  Maurice  street. 

Rafter,  John,  clothes  dresser,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

Ralston,  Samuel,  dry  goods,  30  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Rammel,  Michael,  house  33  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Ramsay,  M.,  haker,  24  St.  Joseph  street. 

Ramsay,  A.,  painter.  Cemetery,  near  Bonaventure  street. 

Ramsay,  Hew  (of  Armour  &  Ramsay,)  house  26  Bleury  st. 

Rainey,  Samuel,  carter,  George,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Rancour,  C.  L.,  tailor,  German  street,  near  Dumarais  lane^ 

Ranelle,  M.,  mason,  28  Montcalm  street. 

Rangear,  Pierre,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Constant 
street. 

Rangear,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Sanguinet  st. 

Rangear,  Hypolite,  carpenter,  St.  Dominique,  near  St.  Ca- 
therine street. 

Ranson,  John,  boots  and  shoes,  139  Notre  Dame  street,  house 
§t.  Alexander,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Ranson,  W.  F.,  dairy.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

R9S^ot>  Pierre;,  hause.  107  St,  Dominique  street. 

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Ratteli,  J.  13.,  blacksmith}  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Rattell,  R.,  carter,  28  Adolphus  street. 
Rattray,  Thomas,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Guy  street. 
Rattray,  James,  tobacconist^  98  Notre  Dame  street,  house  Tt. 

Gabriel  street. 
Ratia,  F.,  painter.  Brock,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Ravey,  Hugh,  labourer.  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 
Ravey,  John,  grocer,  corner  King  and  William  streets* 
Rawley,  Thomas,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  St.  William  st* 
Rawley,  M.,  labourer,  19  German  street. 
Raymond,  Mrs.  N.,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Raymond,  Mrs.  M.,  dress  maker,  St.  Catherine,  corner  St. 

Constant  street. 
Raymond,  Louis,  clerk,  St.  Catherine,  corner  St.  Constant  st. 
Raymond,  Joseph,  basket  maker.  Mountain  street. 
Raymond, F.X.  musician,German  street,  near  Dumaraislane. 
Raymond,  B.,  stone  cutter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Raymond,  Alexander,  bailiff,  56  Campeau  street. 
Rayner,  Thomas,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Alexander 

street. 
Raza,  Paul,  joiner,  89  St.  Dominique  street. 
Read,  R.,  cabinet  maker,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Lagauchetiere 

street. 
Read,  Mrs.,  matron  of  Ladies'  Benevolent  Institution,  corner 

Lagauchetiere  and  St.  Charles  Borromee  streets. 
Readman,  J.,  tailor,  150  Craig  street. 
Ready,  Mrs.,  house  6  Cornwall  terrace,  St.  Denis  street. 
Ready,  Captain,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  Tolentln  street. 
Ready,  M.,  boarding  house,  56  St.  Maurice  street. 
Real,  Antoine,  shoemaker,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Recard,  Alexander,  joiner,  43  St.  Dominique  street. 
RecoUet  Church  and  School,  corner  St.  Helen  and  Recollet 

streets. 
Rederker,  Henry,  smith,  50  Tolentin  street. 
Reddin,  William,  cabinet  maker,  52  St.  Charles  Borromee 

street. 
Redhead  &  Allen,  painters.  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 


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Redmond,  Thomas,  house  99  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Redmond,  Mrs.,  house  8:2  St.  Dominique  street. 

Redpath,  John,  house  Terrace  Bank,  head  of  Mountain  st. 

Reed,  George,  joiner,  Busby  lane. 

Reeves,  Francis,  carpenter,  70  St.  Urbain  street. 

Registrar's  Office,  (Edward  Bowling,)  10  Little  St.  James 
street. 

Regnault,  Dr.  C.  A.,  house  63  Craig  street. 

Regnier,  Henry,  grocer,  78  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Regnier,  Auguste,  house  31  Sherbrooke  street. 

Reid,  Hon.  J.,  St.  Mary,  near  Panet  street. 

Reid,  James  M.,  dry  goods,  lOli  Notre  Dame  street. 

Reid,  Robert,  mason,  St.  Philip,  near  Vallee  street. 

Reiffenstein,  G.  C,  wine  and  general  merchant,  2  St.  Sacra- 
ment street,  house  1  St.  Lewis  street. 

Reineger,  C.  D.,  grocer,  18  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Reinfrette,  Edward,  plasterer,  36  Amherst  street. 

Reinhart,  G.,  tavern,  113  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Reinhart,  Isaac,  piano  forte  tuner,  Campeau,  near  Perthius 
street. 

Remeau,  B.,  tanner,  16  Chabellois  street. 

Remeau,  P.,  shoemaker,  56  St.  Denis  street. 

Renaud,  E.  T.,  house  21  Sherbrooke  street. 

Renaud,  E.  T.,  hardware,  169  St.  Paul  street. 

Renaud,  F.  &  Co.,  dry  goods  and  clothing,  113  and  118  St. 
Paul  street. 

Renaud,  Loui?,  house  Philip  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 

Renault,  E.,  wheelwright,  29  Campeau  street. 

Renault,  Charles,  carter,  St.  Catherine,  near  Brock  street. 

Renault,  Joseph,  carpenter,  116  St.  Constant  street. 

Renault,  Mrs.  B.,  house  29  Campeau  street. 

Renault,  Pierre,  labourer,  St.  Dominique,  near  Mignonne  st. 

Renault,  J.  B.,  tavern,  54  St.  Antoine  street. 

Renay,  Loui?,  Police,  9  Tolentin  street. 

Rennie,  James,  (boots  and  shoes,)  208,  Notre  Dame  and  St. 
Maurice,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

Rennie,  John,  engraver,  St.  Constant,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Rexford,  R.  W.,  chemist  and  druggist,  29  M'Gill  street. 


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Heymond,  Oliirer,  Piloti  131  St.  Mary  street. 

Reynolds,  John,  labourer,  Brickfieldc,  Gtiffintown. 

Reynolds,  Peter,  pensioner,  Kusby  lane,  near  Craig  street. 

Rhodes,  Joseph,  wholesale  dry  good?,  211  St.  Paul  street. 

Rhynas,  George,  house  87  Craig  street. 

Rice,  William,  wire-worker,  St.  Mary  street,  near  Dalhousic 

square. 
Rice,  Horace,  house  College,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Rice,  Michael,  cabinet  maker,  46  St.  Dominique  street. 
Ricard,  F.,  house  head  of  Sangninet  streer. 
Rich,  Alfred,  advocate,  29  St.  Dominique  street. 
Richard,  B.,  carter,  Lagaucheticre,  near  Panet  street. 
Richard,  J.  B.,  joiner,  Brock,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Richard,  Lawrence,  boarding  house,  4  St.  Denis  street. 
Richard,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  26  Amherst  street. 
Richard)  Narcisse,  sawyer,  Lagaucheticre,  near  Visitation 

street. 
Richard,  Joseph,  carter,  Montcalm, near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Richardson,  John,  printer.  King,  near  Common  street. 
Richardson,  Mrs.,  house  20  Notre  Dame  street. 
Richardson,  William,  labourer,  Queen,  near  Common  street. 
Richardson,  George,  labourer,  21  Amherst  street. 
Richelieu,  Dr.,  house  86  St.  Maiy  street* 
Kiuhelieu,  Frs.,  butcher,  St.  Constant,  near  Mignonnc  st. 
Richer,  J.  B.  labourer,  20  Cbabellois  street. 
Richer,  Peter,  broker,  and  grocer,  140  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Richette,  N.,  clerk,  28  Tolentin  street. 
Richmond,  W.  H.,  fancy  dry  goods,  23:2  St.  Paul  street. 
Rickard,  P.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  176  and  212  St.  Paul  st. 
Rieck,  John,  baker,  104  St.  Dominique  street. 
Riddel,  John,  grocer,  71  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Riley,  M.,  labourer,  38  Wolfe  street. 
Riley,  John,  gardener,  20  Salaberry  street. 
Riley,  John,  tavern,  90  Foundling  street. 
Riley,  Patrick,  labourer.  Jure,  near  St.  George  street. 
Riley,  Robert,  gardener,  65  Sherbrooke  street, 
Riley,  John,  labourer,  Colborne,  near  William  street. 
Rin,  James,  wines  and  groceires,  70  St.  Joseph  street. 


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llisk,  Henry,  livery  stable,  Recollet,  near  M<Gill  Street. 
Rispin,  William,  sexton,  King,  near  Common  street. 
Ritchey,  John,  stevedore,  corner  Wellington  and  Ann  street. 
Rirais,  Mrs.  Joseph,  house  35  C  ampeaustreet. 
Kivais,  Narcisse,  blacksmith,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Elizabeth 

street. 
RivarJ,  Louis,  sawyer,  Visitation,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Rivet,  Louis,  provision  store,  corner  Commissioner  and  M'Gill 

streets,  house  St.  Charles  street,  Netv  market. 
Rivet,  Louis,  carpenter,  Lagauchcticre,  near  St.  Ignace  st. 
Riviere,  Mrs.,  store,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Riviero,  Alexander,  Idbourer,  105  Sanguinet  street. 
Roacli,  John,  wines  and  groceries,  Fabrique  street)  and  38  St. 

Joseph  street. 
Robb,  Claude,  carpenter,  49  St.  George  street. 
Roberge,  Loui?,  carpenter,  131  St.  Dominique  street. 
Robert,  Joseph,  joiner,  24  Inspector  street. 
Robert,  Michael,  carter,  24  Inspector  street. 
Robert,  Antoine,  labourer,  31  Visitation  street. 
Robert,  Leon,  inspector.  College,  near  Chabellois  street. 
Robert,  Mrs.,  milliner,  11  Inspector  street. 
Robert,  J.  R.,  carter,  IG  Inspector  street. 
Robert,  Antoine,  carpenter,  Jure,  near  Hermine  street. 
Roberts,  L.,  butcher,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellin-^ton  street. 
Roberts,  Edward,  builder,  Welling<on,  near  Prince  street. 
Robertson,  Rev.  D.,  Episcopalian,  house,  58  St.  Dominique 

street. 
Robertson,  Mrs.  Col.,  house  3  St.  Lewis  street. 
Robertson,  Mrs.,  53  Great  St.  James  street. 
Robertson,  Miss  C,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Robertson,  James,  house  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 
Robertson,  William,  teller  city  bank,  corner  St.  Antoine  and 

Guy  streets. 
Robertson,  (H.,)  Masson  (J.,)  &  Co.,  importers,  &c.,  124 

Notre  Dame  street. 

Robertson,  Andrew,  advocate,  49  Little  St.  James  street. 

Robertson,  Mrs.^  midwife,  Lagaucheliere,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 

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Robertson,  Mrs.  Donald,  house,  38  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Robertson,  Miss  J.,  dress  maker,  10  St.  John  street. 

Robertson,  M.,  carter,  33  Visitation  stre(  . 

Robichaud,  A.,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  street- 

Robichaud,  M.,  trader,  116  Bleury  street. 

Robichaud,  Josepli,  joiner,  5  St.  George  street. 

Robichaud,  J.  B.,  wheelwright,  Elizabeth,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

Robidoux,  L.,  shoemaker,  Dorchester,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Robie,  M.,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  street. 

Robillard,  £.,  waterman,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester  street. 

Robillard,  James,  pound-keeper  and  clerk  of  Viger  market, 
St.  Denis  street.  ^ 

Robins,  Paul,  stone  cutter,  120  St.  Constant  street. 

Robins,  Frs.,  cabinet  maker,  26  St.  Urbain  street. 

Robins,  Mrs.,  milliner,  26  St.  Lirbain  street. 

Jlobins,  Joseph,  clerk,  Dupre  lane. 

Robinson,  Dr.  S.,  Radigonde,  near  Craig  street. 

Robinson,  Francis,  boots  and  shoes,  127  Notre  Dame  street. 

Robinson,  John,  plumber,  70  St.  Mary  street. 

Robinson,  W.,  livery  stable,  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 

Robinson,  Allan,  house  12  St  Bernard  street. 

Robinson  &  Co.,  carpenters,  29  Great  St.  James  street. 

Robinson,  Allan,  carpenter,  8  Bleury  street. 

Robinson,  Benjamin,  tallow  chandler,  24  Tolentin  street. 

Robinson,  William,  cooper.  Grey  Nun,  near  Wellington  st. 

Robinson,  Joseph,  plasterer,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 

Robinson,  Robert,  42  Bleury  street. 

Robinson,  Daniel,  carpenter,  Busby  lane,  near  Craig  street. 

Robinson,  David,  painter,  10  Bleury  street. 

Robinson,  William,  tavern,  2  St.  Paul  street. 

Robinson,  Robert,  labourer,  corner  King  and  Wellington  sts. 

Robinson,  John,  baker.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Robinson,  Richard,  and  Robert,  cabinet  makers,  42  Bleury 
street. 

Robinson,  Peter,  carter,  9  Wolfe  street. 

Robinson,  James,  joiner,  Montcalm,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 

Rob  ley,  George,  shoemaker,  160  Craig  street. 


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Robson,  John,  shoemaker,  Dorchester,  near  German  street. 
Kochon,  L.  D.,  advocate,  37  St.  Dominique  street. 
Rochon,  J.  B.,  carpenter,  Bonaventure,  near  inspector  street. 
Rochon,  Antoine,  butcher,  112  St.  Constant  street. 
Rochon,  Joseph,  carter,  116  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Rochon,  Mrs.,  house  116  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Rochon,  Germain,  carter,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Mig- 

nonne  street. 
Rochon,  Louis,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Constant  street. 
Rochon,  Mrs.  E.,  house  102  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Rochon,  Jeremiah,  wheelwright,  143  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Rochon,  Antoine,  carpenter,  43  Mountain  street. 
Rochon,  A.,  carter,  St.  Philip,  near  Vallee  street. 
Rochon,  Olivier,  carter,  Guy,  near  st.  Antoine  street. 
Rock,  Miss,  teacher  of  music,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Constant 

street. 
Rock,  James,  tailor,  2  Panet  street. 
Rock,  Andrew,  labourer,  17  Montcalm  street. 
Rocree,  Maxime,  clerk,  College,  near  Inspector  street, 
Rodd,  John,  steamboat  captain.  Grey  Nun,  near  Common  st. 
Rodden,  William,  wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  191  St.  Paul 

street,  house  3  St.  Nicholas  street. 
Rodden,  Thomas,  house  Ann,  near  William  street. 
Rodgers,  John,  shoemaker,  50  Wolfe  street. 
Rodgers,  John,  plasterer,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Rodgers,  George,  painter,  13^  St.  Mary  street. 
Rodgers,  Richard,  plasterer,  head  of  German  street. 
Rodier,  Charles  S.,  advocate,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Guy 

street. 
Rodier,  J.  B.,  house  47  St.  Joseph  street. 
Rodier,  Olivier,  painter.  College,  near  Inspector  street. 
Rodier,  Pierre,  house  99  St.  Joseph  street. 
Roe,  John,  grocer,  corner  Dorchester  and  Wolfe  streets. 
Roe,  Peter,  house  52  St.  Lewis  street. 
Rogers,  Mrs.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Rogers,  Edward,  pedlar,  corner  Sanguinet  and  Dorchester 

streets. 
Rogers,  George,  moulder,  10  Queen  square. 


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Rogers,  Joseph,  Commissariat  department,  house  Lagauche- 

tierp,  near  i^t.  Denis  street. 
Rogers,  William,  house  23  Sherbrooke  street. 

Rogers,  James,  store,  73  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Rogers,  George,  painter,  30  Tolentin  street. 

Rogers,  S.  VV.,  cabinet  maker,  60  Amherst  street. 

Roi,  Antoine,  confectioner,  St.  Catherine,  near  Brock  street. 

Roi,  Leon,  tailor,  Dorchester,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Roland,  Gabriel,  marketman,  12  Mountain  street. 

Roland,  Mrs.  R.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Rolland,  Hon.  Judge,  house  Dorchester  street,  west  of  St. 
Charles  street. 

Rolland,  Michel,  pedlar,  St.  Amable  lane. 

Rollcind,  Gabriel,  leather,  Fabrique  street. 

Rolland,  Louis,  shoemaker,  44  Panet  street. 

Rolland,  E.,  tinsmith,  16  St.  Mary  street. 

Rollin,  Paul,  boarding  house,  1  St.  George  street. 

Romaine,  Robert,  printer,  22  St.  Dominique  street. 

Roman  Catholic  Bishop's  house,  St.  Denis,  near  St.  Cathe- 
rine street. 

Rondeau,  Louis,  house  74  St.  Urbain  street. 

Rose,  John,  advocate,  18  Little  St.  James  street. 

Rose,  George,  dentist,  6  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 

Rose,  J.  B.,  labourer,  Dupre  lane. 

Rosenstein,  J,  G.,  homoeopathic  physician,  46  Craig  street. 

Rosier,  Dominique,  waiter,  49  Campeau  street. 

Rossiter,  P.  N.,  advocate,  6  St.  Alexis  -treet. 

Ross,  Arthur,  city  treasurer,  office  Cit^  uall,  house  19  Great 
St.  James  street. 

Ross,  Mrs.  D.,  house  34  St.  Ignace  street. 

Ross,  Mrs.  J.  D.,  house  16  Notre  Dame  street. 

Ross,  D.  P.,  house  6  St.  Mary  street. 

Ross,  VVilliam,  notary  public,  27  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street, 
house  24  St.  Antoine  slrjet. 

Ross,  Thomas,  house  28  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Ross,  Mrs.  R.,  widow,  Nazareth,  near  George  street. 

Ross,  James,  plumber  and  coppersmith,  38  Groat  St.  James 
street. 


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Uos5,  John,  road- maker,  127  Craig  street. 

Ross,  William,  cooper,  8  St.  Ignace  street. 

Ross,  Donald,  house  25  Bleury  street. 

Ross,  William,  house  16  Notre  Dame  street. 

Ross,  John,  printer,  62  St.  George  street. 

Ross,  D.  M.,  house  Piedmont,  near  the  Mountain. 

Ross,  Robert  0.,  house  Durocher,  near  Mountain  street. 

Rottermond,  £.  S.,  geological  chemist,  40  Great  St.  James 
street. 

Rousseau,  F.,  mason,  St.  Catherine,  nearAmherst  street. 

Rousseau,  Francis,  stone  cutter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip 
street. 

Rousseau,  Charles,  carpenter,  43  Montcalm  street. 

Rousseau,  Edward,  mason,  3  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Rousseau,  B.,  tailor,  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  street. 

Rousseau,  Louis,  gardener,  next  to  the  Bishop's  church,  St. 
Denis  street. 

Roussel,  Joseph,  tavern,  207  Notre  Dame  street. 

Rousselle,  Francis,  joiner,  Hermine  street. 

Rousselle,  Augustin,  labourer,  8  Visitation  street. 

Rouson,  E.,  tanner,  30  Montcalm  street, 

Roulh,  H.  L.,  house  St.  Antoine  Place. 

Koutier,  J.  B.,  house  31  Bonaventure  street. 

Uoutier,  J.,  book-keeper,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  St.  Alex- 
ander streets. 

Rowan,  William,  steward,  31  Campeau  street. 

Rowand,  Dr.,  house  48  Craig  street. 

Roxbury,  Henry,  sawyer,  Edward  lane. 

Roy,  J.  &  W.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  172  St.  Paul  street. 

Roy,  Joseph,  dry  goods,  70  St.  Paul  street. 

Roy,  Joseph,  house  68  St.  Denis  street. 

Roy,  William,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Urbain  street, 

Roy,  James,  house  36  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Roy,  Benjamin,  carter,  47  Bleury  street. 

Roy,  Joseph,  notary  public,  36  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Roy,  William,  jun.,  (of  the  Falkirk  Iron  Company,)  corner 
Commissioners  street,  and  St.  Dizier  lane. 

Roy,  R.,  advocate,  12  St.  Vincent  street. 


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Koy,  Mrs.,  J.,  boarding  school,  55  Bleiiry  street. 

Roy,  James,  butcher,  St.  Constant,  nsar  Mignonne  street. 

iloy,  Charles,  labourer,  18  Adolphus  street. 

Koy,  Joseph,  labourer.  Visitation,  above  Mignonne  street. 

Royalle,  Kdward,  mason,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Catherine  .  t. 

Kudd,  John,  labourer,  12  St.  Charles  Borromce  street,  in  rear. 

Kuddy,  Thomas,  grocer,  45  Sanguinet  street. 

Rudyerd,  C.  L.,  house  100  Sherbrooke  street. 

Russell,  Hector,  general  merchant,  189  St.  Paul  street. 

Russell,  Louis,  wood  merchant,  Haymarket,  house  107  St. 
Antoine  street. 

Russell,  Colin,  house  73  St.  Antoine  street. 

Russell,  John,  overseer  of  chimneys,  Dorchester,  near  Ger- 
man street. 

Russell,  John,  clerk,  52  Campeau  street. 

Russell,  John,  mason,  off  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 

Russell,  Thomas,  tailor,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Russell,  A.,  engineer,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Voltigeur  street. 

Russell,  S.,  labourer,  College  street,  near  Dupre  lane. 

Ruston,  Thomas,  house  19  St.  Edward  street. 

Ruston,  R.,  wholesale  commission  merchant,  75  Common  st. 
boards  at  Commercial  Hotel. 

Ruth,  James,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 

Rutherford,  Thomas  L,,  Victoria  hotel,  10  Place  d'aimes. 

Rutherford,  Mrs.,  grocer,  4  St.  Urbain  street. 

Ruthven,  James,  book-binder,  2  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Ruthvon, ,  joiner,  Wellington,  near  Prince  street. 

Ryan,  J.  B.,  steamboat  Captain,  44  Montcalm  street. 

Ryan,  Lawrence,  blacksmith,  Common,  near  King  street. 

Ryan,  Chapman  &  Co.  general  commission  merchants,  Gil- 
lespie's buildings,  corner  Common  and  Port  streets. 

Ryan,  Maurice,  grocer,  corner  Wolfe  and  Lagauchetiere  sts. 

Ryan  (VV.,)&Rich,  (A.W.,)  advocates,  135  Little  St.  James 
street. 

Ryan,  Thomas,  house  St.  Antoine,  near  Guy  street- 
Ryan,  John,  smith.  Common,  near  King  street. 

Ryan,  Mathew,  clerk,  Guy,  near  St.  Antoine  street. 

Ryan,  John,  clerk,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Charles  Borromej  st. 


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Rjan,  William,  labourer,  7  Visitation  street. 

Kyer,  John,  grocer,  corner  Bonaventure  and  St.  Antoine  sts. 

Ryner,  John,  tailor  24  St.  Andre  street. 

SABINE,  A.  F.,  book-keeper,  10  Mountain  street. 
ISabourin,  Charles,  grocer^  corner  Mignonne  and  Sanguine! 

streets. 
Sabourin,  Felix,  carter,  141  St.  Charles  Borrome  street. 
Sabourin,  C,  shoemaker,  Visitation,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Sabourin,  Edward,  shoemaker,20  Visitation  street. 

Sabourin,  J.  B.,  trader,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre  street. 

Sabourin,  Antoine,  shoemaker,  8  Mountain  street. 

Saffray,  Mrs.,  20  St.  Dominique  street. 

Salter,  David,  tinsmith,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Campeau  street. 

Salter,  Richard,  29,  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Salter,  Daniel,  grocer,  134  St.  Joseph  street. 

Sadler,  John,  bricklayer,  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street 

Salmon,  D.,  advocate,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Samuels,  Arthur,  house  13  Little  St.  James  street. 

Samuels,  Mrs.,  milliner,  13  Little  St.  James  street. 

Sancartier,  Mrs.  M.,  house  11  Salaberry  street. 

Sancartier,  Joseph,  mason,  Vallee,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Sancer,  J.  B.,  sexton  French  Cathedral,  8  Place  d'Armes. 

Sand,  Mrs.,  midwife,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Panet  street. 

Sanders,  Michael,  trader,  corner  St.  Elizabeth  and  St.  Cathe- 
rine streets. 

Sanders,  Thomas,  carpenter,  20  Panet  street. 

Sanders,  Thomas,  butcher,  Panet,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Sanders,  Joseph,  joiner,  10  St.  George  street. 

Sandham,  John,  painter,  corner  Wellington  and  Nazareth  sts. 

Sanson,  Richard,  confectioner,  56  St.  Mary  street. 

Sansouci,  Mrs.,  house  24  Montcalm  street. 

Santan,  Cesaire,  clerk,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 

Santan,  Jules,  mason,  129  Sanguinet  street. 

Santan,  Hubert,  joiner,  25  St.  Dominique  street. 

Santan,  H.,  joiner,  51  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Santeur,  J.,  butcher,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Sappers  and  Miners'  Barracks,  39  St.  Paul  street. 

Sarasin,  Edward,  carter,  64  St.  Joseph  street. 


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Sargisson,  J.,  blacksmith,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 

Sasseville,  Henry,  tavern,  35  Commissioner  street. 

Sauve,  Luke,  house  St.  Joseph,  near  Guy  street. 

Savon,  Joseph,  house  German,  near  St.  Cathe'-ine  street. 

Savage,  A,,  &  Co.,  druggists,  &c.,  9l  Notre  Dame  street. 

Savage,  George,  &  Son,  watches  and  jewellery,  corner  Notre 
Dame  and  St.  Gabriel  streets. 

Savage,  Joseph,  house  Cote  St.  Antoine. 

Savage,  D.,  house  Grey  Nun,  near  Common  street. 

Savage,  George,  house  Grey  Nun,  near  Common  street. 

Savage,  Thomas,  house  26  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Savage,  Frs.,  cabinet  maker,  Hoy  lane,  near  fionaventure 
street. 

Savage,  Mrs.  P.,  house  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  St.  Alex- 
ander street. 

Savage,  H.,  trader,  243  St.  Joseph  street. 

Savage,  Mrs.,  house  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Savageau,  David,  boatman,  Voltigeur  street. 

Savare,  Edward,  joiner,  Mignonne,  near  Sanguinet  street. 

Sawtell,  Luther,  &  Co.,  dry  goods,  86|  Notre  Dame  street, 

Saxton,  Philip,  baker,  72  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Saybropk,  Mrs.,  house  63  St.  Dominique  street. 

Sayer,  John,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

Scanes,  Robert,  tailor,  54  Chenneville  street. 

Scanlan,  Stephen,  English  and  commercial  academy,  8  St. 
Vincent  street. 

Scanlan,  Mrs.,  ladies'  school,  8  St.  Vincent  street. 

Scarlet,  James,  labourer,  Colborne,  Avenue. 

Schmidt,  Mrs.  C,  house  42  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Schmidt,  S.  B.,  student,  42  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Scilee,  Frs.,  carter,  29  Wolfe  street. 

Scilee,  Thomas,  carter,  24  Amherst  street. 

Scipiot,  John,  baker,  110  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Scott, ,  house  68  Bleury  street. 

Scott,  John,  labourer,  96  St.  Dominique  street. 

Scott  (James,)  Tyre  (James,)  &  Co.,  wholesaU  dry  goods, 
161  St.  Paul  street. 

Scott,  James,  housie  146  Sherbroolie  street. 


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Scott  (R.,)  &  Shaw  (C.  D.,)  wholesale  and  retail  hardware, 

199  St.  Paul  street. 
Scott,  Robert,  house  St.  Antolne,  near  Guy  street. 
Scott,  J.  H.,  bookseller  and  stationer,  19  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier 

street. 
Scott,  John,  ginger  beer  maker,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  st. 
Scott,  William,  house  Lagauchetierv>,  near  St.  Constant  st. 
Scott,  Alexander,  M.  D.,  St.  Eloi,  near  St.  Paul  street. 
Scott,  John,  carter,  Dupre  lane,  near  College  street. 
Scott,  Mrs.  John,  widow,  115  St.  Antoine  street. 
Scott,  Miss  Ann,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  George  street. 
Scott,  George,  cabinet  maker,  37  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Scott,  Charles,  fanner,  St.  Catherine,  near  City  Councillors 

street. 
Scott,  J.,  advocate,  18  St.  Vincent  street. 
Scott,  William,  labourer,  8  Chabellols  street. 
Scales,  James,  baker,  Perrault's  buildings,  Craig  street. 
Scripture,  G.,  surgeon  dentist,  65  Craig  street. 
Scriven,  Geo.  A.,  stadent,  148  Bleury  street. 
Sculthorp,  James,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  Lagauchetiere 

street. 
Secar,  Joseph,  labourer.  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Sedley,  John,  government  clerk,  23  St.  Lewis  street. 
Seebold,  Mrs.  Maria,  grocer,  31  St.  Lewis  street. 
Seed,  Thomas,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  Jure  street. 
Seel,  John,  plasterer,  113  St.  Constant  street. 
Seers,  Leon,  tailor,  139  St.  Paul  street,  house  College,  near 

Inspector  street. 
Seers,  Michael,  carpenter,  157  St.  Constant  street. 
Seine,  Louis,  house  corner  Mi»nonne  and  Brock  streets. 
Seine,  Henry,  furrier,  27  Wolfe  street. 
Seith,  James,  builder,  34  St.  George  street. 
Seith,  Ddvid,  mason,  20  Chenneville  street. 
Selaire,  John,  labourer,  143  Sann;uinet  street. 
Sellars,  Robert,  grocer,  Brickfields,  Griffintowo. 
Selden  (W.  A.,)  combs  and  fancy  goods,  194  St.  Paul  strett, 

house  St.  Henry  street. 

SelkirkjWilliam,  cabinet  maker, Wellington  near  Grey  Nun  st. 

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iSelf-supporting  Dispensary,  36  Clienneville  street. 

Sencernie,  Joseph,  joiner,  La;;auchetiere,  near  Amherst  st. 

Sencire,  F.,  Navigator,  126  St.  Constant  street. 

S6ne,  Dominique,  mason,  Devienne,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 

Senecal,  J.  B.,  saddler,  64  St.  Mary  street. 

Senecal,  M.,  dry  goods,  68  St.  Mary  street. 

Senecal,  Denis,  dry  goods,  1'26|  Notre  Dame  street,  house 

St.  Amable  lane. 
Senecal,  Mrs.,  house  97  St.  Joseph  street. 
Senior,  S.,  house  71  St.  Antoine  street. 
Serie,  F.,  joiner,  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Sewell,  Charles,  M.  D.,  22  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Sexton,  J.  P  ,  city  clerk,  12  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Sexton,  Daniel,  butcher,  Gain,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Seybold,  John  P.,  grocer,  21  St.  Dominique  street. 
Seymour  &  Harrington,  dry  goods,  161  St.  Paul  street. 
iSeymour,  Hiram,  hats  and  furs,  wholesale  and  retail,  38 

M«Gill  street,  and  195  St.  Paul  street. 
Seymour,  Charles,  commission  agent,  201  St.  Paul  street. 
Shand,  Mrs.,  house  21  Perthius  street. 
Shand,  George,  shoemaker.  Busby  lane. 
Shanley,  Michael,  gardener,  65  Sherbrooke  street. 
Shannon,  James,  pedlar,  52  St.  Maurice  street. 
Shannon,  Hugh,  tavern,  College,  near  Inspector  street. 
Shannon,  John,  dairy,  Culborne  avenue. 
Sharp,  William,  livery  stables,  St.  Claudius  street. 
Sharpley,  R.,  fancy  store,  129  Notre  Dame  street. 
Sharpley,  Miss,  milliner,  112  Notre  Dame  street. 
Shaw,  Andrew,  general  merchant,  corner  Calliere  and  Com- 
missioners streets,  house  Durocher  street,  Cote  ^  Baron. 
Shaw,  C.  D.,  house  9  St.  Edward  street. 
Shaw,  Noah,  carpenter  and  builder,  corner  Gabriel  and  Na- 
zareth streets. 
Shaw,  F.,  dry  goods,  2  St.  Charles  Borromee  street, 
Shaw,  Mrs.  J.,  stayroaker,  2  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Shaw,  George,  shoemaker,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 
Shay,  Charles  VV.,  clerk,  Lagauchetierc,  near  St.  Urbain  st. 
Shay,  William,  labourer,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 


171 

Shay,  Mrs.,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 

Shedden,  Robert,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Campeau  street. 

Shee,  William,  carter,  26  Tolentin  street. 

Shehan,  Edward,  carpenter,  Hermine  street. 

Shelly,  Richard,  labourer.  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Shendler,  Misses,  house  8  St.  John  street. 

Shepherd,  George,  nurseryman,  II  St.  Lawrence  St.,  gardens 
Dorchester  street,  opposite  the  Hospital. 

Sheridan,  Wm.,  labourer.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Sheridan,  J.,  shoe  store,  109  St.  Paul  street. 

Sheridan,  Patrick,  storeman,  8  St.  John  street. 

Shiller,  Charles,  house  97  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Shiller,  Robert,  gardener,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Shiller,  George  joiner,  30  Aanet  street. 

Shipman,  Thomas  D.,  contractor,  107  Water  street. 

Shrimpton,  Charles,  carriage  maker,  124  Craig  street. 

Shuter,  Joseph,  house  149  Slierbrooke  street. 

Silvester,  Joseph,  shoemaker,  German,  near  Mignonne  st. 

Simard,  Joseph,  joiner,  64  Visitation  street. 

Simeon,  Louis,  clerk,  Vitre  street. 

Simeon,  Hypolite,  cooper,  36  Amherst  street. 

Simoneau, ,  leather,  &c.,  Commissioners  street. 

Simpson,  D.,  shoemaker,  German,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Simpson,  Mrs.  B.,  house  124  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Simpson,  Andrew,  grocer,  corner  St.  Dominique  and  Lagau- 
chetiere streets. 

Simpson,  William,  tavern,  corner  St.  Charles  Borromfee  and 
Craig  streets. 

Simpson,  James,  postman,  8  Amherst  street. 

Simpson,  James,  joiner.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Simpson,  Robert,  grocery  and  tavern,  50  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Sims  (J.  G.,)  &  Coleman  (J.  C.,)  lumber-yard,  corner  Notre 
Dame  and  Bonsecours  streets,  and  Water  street,  near  the 
water  works. 

Sims,  J.  G.,  house  Water  street,  near  the  water  works. 

Sinclair,  John,  (of  Mathewson  &  Sinclair,)  house  133  Bleury 
street. 

Sinclair,  Hugh,  baker,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbain  street* 


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»Siver,  William,  shoemaker,  108  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Siver,  Robert,  shoemaker,  1U8  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Skakel,  Alexander,  master  of  royal  grammar  school,  house 
43  Little  St,  James  street. 

Skakel,  William,  ordnance  clerk,  43  Little  St.  James  street. 

Skelton,  Mrs.,  tailoress,  72  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Skimming,  Misses,  house  Peithius,  near  Campeau  street. 

Skimmis,  John,  joiner,  W^olfe,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Skinner,  Mis.,  npholsteress,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Domi- 
nique street. 

Skinner,  Samuel,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Dominique 
street. 

Skinner,  William,  polisher,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  st. 

Skinner,  James,  shoemaker,  Vallee,  near  l^hilip  street. 

Sky,  Thomas,  pensioner,  corner  Champ  de  Mars  and  Cam- 
peau street. 

Slack,  William,  sen.,  merchant  tailor,  25  St.  Mary  street. 

Slack,  Willip.m,  jun.,  merchant  tailor,  28  M^Gill  street. 

Slack,  Robert,  merchant  tailor,  33  St.  Mary  street. 

Slattery,  James,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Slattery,  Patrick,  marble  cutter,  German,  near  Dumarais 
lane. 

Slaven,  Charles,  fireman.  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 

Slicer,  Joseph,  grocer^  corner  St.  Margaret  and  Bonaventure 
street?. 

Slicer,  Robert,  moulder,  37  St.  Joseph  street. 

Sloan,  Thomas,  carter,  Brickfields,  Gritfintown. 

Sloan,  John,  shoe  store,  14  St.  Joseph  street. 

Sloan,  James,  shoeniaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Domi- 
nique street. 

Sloan,  Charles,  carter,  King,  near  Wellington  street. 

Smardon,  John,  butcher,  62  Bleury  street. 

Smardon,  William,  bootmaker,  62  Bleury  street. 

Smillie,  D.,  working  jeweller,  184  Notre  Dame  street,  house 
St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Smith,  John,  looking-glass  manufacturer,  121  St.  Paul  street. 

Smith,  Dr.  W.  P.,  house  5  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Smith, 3  hair  dresser,  222  St.  Paul  street. 


173 

Smith,  H.  B.,&  Co.  (Charles  Hagar,)  wholesale  china  and 
glass,  188  St.  Paul  street,  house  Durocher  street,  near 
the  Mountain. 

Smith,  David  A.,  grocer,  corner  St.  Charles  Borromce  and 
Vitre  streets. 

Smith,  I.  G.,  exchange  and  money  broker,  corner  St.  Fran- 
cois XavieranJ  St.  Paul  streets,  boards  at  Duclos'  hotel. 

Smith,  William,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  140  St.  Paul 
street. 

Smith,  William,  (of  W.  Smith  &  Co.,)  house  62  Sherbrooke 
street. 

Smith,  James,  hair  dresser,  125  Notre  Dame  street. 

Smith,  John,  general  merchant,  7  Letr.oine  street,  house  St. 
Alexander,  near  St.  Bernard  street. 

Smith,  J.  B.j  &  Co.,  (J.  H.  Smith,)  wholesale  groceries,  &c.. 
Foundling  street. 

Smith,  J.  B.,  house  70  Bleury  street. 

Smith,  C,  grocer,  6  St.  Mary  street. 

Smith,  Mrs.  J.  G.,  widow,  42  St.  Lewis  street. 

Smith,  Mrs.  K.,  house  14  St»  Tolentin  street. 

Smith,  John,  cabman,  9  Amherst  street. 

Smith,  James,  carter,  52  Montcalm  street. 

Smith,  Alexander,  baker,  68  St.  Maurice  street. 

Smith,  John,  stableman,  44  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Smith,  George,  agent  for  steamboat  William  Henry,  corner 
Common  and  George  streets,  house  Nazareth  near  Wel- 
lington street. 

Smith,  John,  labourer,  92  Foundling  street. 

Smith,  George,  butcher,  116  St.  Mary  street. 

Smith,  William,  joiner,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  St.  Catherine  st. 

Smith,  John,  carter,  20  Montcalm  street. 

Smith,  Mrs.,  midwife,  27  Campeau  street. 

Smith,  John,  storeman,  67  St.  Constant  street. 

Smith,  Mrs.,  widow,  house  86  St.  Denis  street. 

Smith,  Patrick,  carpenter,  corner  Wellington  and  Ann  sts. 

Smith,  Francis,  engineer,  Nazareth,  near  George  street. 

Smith,  James,  labourer,  George,  near  William  street. 

Smith,  James,  74  Bleury  street. 

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Smith,  David,  dray  man,  23  Campeau  street. 

Smith,  Robert,  lumber  merchant,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Craig 
street. 

Smith,  John,  carter,  20  Montcalm  street.  v. 

Smith,  Robert,  carter,  11  Wolfe  street. 

Smith,  Henry,  smith,  28  Adolphus  street. 

Smith,  Mrs.  M.,  house  9  St.  Charles  Borommee  street. 

Smith,  James,  clerk,  41  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

Smith,  Henry,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Tolentin  street. 

Smith,  John,  clerk,  Gabriel,  near  Dalhousie  street. 

Smith,  Samuel,  labourer,  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 

Smith,  William,  tavern  and  ;<rocer,  41  St.  Paul  street. 

Smith,  Alexander,  cabinet  maker,  Dorohester,  near  Bleury  st. 

Smyth,  William,  &  Co.,  shoes  and  leather,  34  MtGill  street. 

Snaith,  William,  merchant  tailor,  103  Notre  Dame  street. 

Snee,  H.,  carter,  25  Campeau  street. 

Snee,  Timothy,  carter,  21  Tolentin  street. 

Soulier,  J.  B.,  labourer,  106  St.  Dominique  street. 

Soulier,  B^ptiste,  shoemaker,  13  Chabellois  street. 

Soulignes  &  Asselin,  bakers,  118  St.  Mary  street. 

Soulignes,  P.,  grocer,  130  St.  Mary  street. 

Soulignes,  Narcis^se,  carter,  5  Visitation  street. 

Solomon,  C,  wholesale  and  retail  furrier,  100  Notre  Dame 

street. 
Solomons,  Myer,  notary  public,  49  Little  St.  James  street, 

house  4  St.  Mary  street. 
Solomons,  Mrs.,  C,  house  4  St.  Mary  street. 
Somerset,  Charles,  shoemaker,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Queen 

square. 
Sonscie,  Francis,  joiner,  80  St.  Hubert  street. 
Spears,  James,  blacksmith,  43  St.  Lawrtsnce  street. 
Speer,  Thomas,  provisions,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Ignace  st. 
Speirs,  John,  house  24  Bleury  street. 
Speirs,  William,  builder,  Wellington  street,  in  rear  of  the  Me- 
thodist Chapel. 
Spenard,  C.  C,  Notary,  13  Little  St.  James  street. 
Spence,  James,  store,  l70  Craig  street. 
Spencer,  James,  carter,  114  St.  Joseph  street. 


175 

Sponner,  W.,  M.  D.^  surgeon  dentist,  111  Craig  street. 

Spooner,  Nicholas,  sexton  of  Christ  Church,  31  St.  Charles 
Borrom^e  street. 

Spraggt  Mrs.  S.,  boarding  house,  48  Craig  street. 

Spragg,  Stewart,  ai^ent,  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Springle,  J.  H.,  architect,  211  St.  Paul  street. 

Sproston,  John,  vvhole-jale  chinn,  glass ware,&c.,  192  St.  Paul 
street,  house  144  Bleury  street. 

St.  Amant,  Alexander,  grocer,  corner  St.  Urbain  and  Dor- 
chester streets. 

St.  Amant,  J.  B.,  shoemaker,  78  St.  Urbain  street. 

St.  Amour,  Paul,  caiter,  29  Sr.  Maurice  street. 

St.  Amour,  Isidore,  mason,  La<;auchetiere,  near  Victoria  road 
St.  Amour,  Mrs.,  grocer,  corner  Sanguinet  and  Mignonne 

streets. 
St.  Ange,  Gabriel,  carter,  22  Chabellois  street. 
St.  Ange,  S.,  carter,  12  Chabellois  street. 
St.  Ange,  £.,  house  Mignonne,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 
St.  Ange,  Joseph,  carpenter,  232  St.  Joseph  street. 
St.  Anne  Market,  on  Commissioner  street,  between  St.  NiC' 

holas  and  M'Gill  street. 
St.  Aubain,  John,  carter,  1  Water  street. 
St.  Aubain,  Baptiste,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Amherst  s^ 
St,  Charles,  F.,  provisions,  &c.,  33  Commissioners  i^treet. 
St.  Charles,  Toussaint,  carpenter,  Dumarais  lane,  near  St. 

Constant  street. 
St.  Charles,  Joseph,  carter,  Visitation,  near  Mignonne  street. 
St.  Charles,  Louis,  labourer,  64  Montcalm  street. 
St.  Charles,  Francis,  house  71  St.  Constant  street. 
St.  Denis,  Joseph,  sawyer,  corner  St.  Denis  and  St.  Cathe- 
rine streets. 
St.  Deni^<,  J.  B.,  house,  42  St.  Joseph  street. 
St.  George's  chapel,  Episcopal,  St.  Joseph,  near  M<GiH  st. 
St.  George  Dupre,  Madame,  house  8  Bonsecours  street. 
St.  George,  Pierre,  carter,  3  Tolentin  street. 
St.  Germain,  F.,  baker,  19  Chabellois  street. 
St.  Germain,  L.,  carriage  maker,  148  St.  Joseph  street. 
St.  Germain,  Albert,  carpenter,  18  Brock  street. 


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2St.  Germain,  Mrs.  B.,  grocer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre 
street. 

St.  Germain,  Augustus,  carriage  maker.  Mountain,  near  St. 
Joseph  street. 

»St.  Germain,  Mrs.  B.,  house  48  Bleury  street. 

St.  Germain,  C,  baker,  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street 

St.  Germain,  P.,  labourer,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catharine  street. 

St.  Germain,  Chnrles,  labourer,  112  St.  Dominique  street. 

St.  James  School  and  Church,  St.  Denis,  opposite  Mignonne 
street. 

St.  Jean,  F...  &  Co.,  grocers,  91  St.  Paul  street. 

St.  Jean,  F.,  housa  4  St.  E^minique  street. 

St.  Jean,  Joseph,  trader,  76  St.  Elizabeth  street. 

St.  Jean,  Edward,  butcher,  Adolphus,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

St.  Jean,  Louis,  stone  cutter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  st. 

St.  Jean,  Mrs.  T.  house  Lagauchtiere,  near  Amherst  street. 

St.  John,  Edward,  carter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

St.  Julien,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  24  and  26  St.  Gabriel  st. 

St.  Lawrence  Market,  St.  Lawrence  street, between  Dorches- 
ter and  St.  Catherine  streets. 

St.  Lawrence  Brewery,  (H.  Philips  &  Co.),  corner  St.  Char- 
les Borromee  and  Lagauchetiere  streeis. 

St.  Louis,  J.  B.,  stone  cutter,  8  Vallee  street. 

St.  Louis,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  German,  near  Mignonne  st. 

St.  Mary  Foundry,  St.  Mary  street,  near  Queen  square. 

St.  Marie,  P.,  carter,*45  Montcalm  street. 

St.  Martin,  Louis,  shoemaker,  12  Salaberry  street. 

St.  Martin,  Pierre,  mason,  27  Salaberry  street. 

St.  Martin,  J.  B.,  mason,  12  Salaberry  street. 

Stafford,  William,  dry  goods,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 

Stafford,  John,  merchant  tailor,  159  Notre  Dame  street. 

Stanford,  Joseph,  overseer,  Dalhouse,  near  Wellington  et. 

Stanley,  G.  J.,  crier  of  Cmrt  of  King's  Bench,  house  Duro- 
cher,  near  Sherbrooke  street. 

Stansfeld,  Joshua,  jun.,  house  25  St.  Lewis  street. 

Starke,  J.  &  Co.,  printers,  St.  Therese  street. 

Starnes,  Henry,  house  52  St.  Dominique  street. 

Starnes,  Nathaniel,  house  112  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Stayner,  T.  A.,  post  master  general,  4  St.  Andre  street. 
Slay,  Paul,  stone  cutter,  St.  Constant,  near  Lagauchetiere 

street. 
Stay,  Narcisse,  s^one  cutter,  St.  Constant,  near  Lagauchetiere 

street. 
Stay,  Pierre,  stone  cutter,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  St 

Catherine  street. 
Steacy,  George,  sen.,  turner  and  spinning  wheels,  College 

street,  near  Dupre  lane. 
Steacy,  Mrs.,  house  40  Bonaventure  street. 
Steel,  Peter,  engineer,  16  St.  Genevieve  st. 
Steel,  Mis?,  boarding  house.  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 
Steen,  Nathaniel,  shoemaker,  14  St  Bernard  street. 
Steen,  William,  soap  and  candle  maker,  corner  Bonaventure 

and  Cemetery  streets. 
Steller,  J.  B.,  grocery  and  tavern,  21  St.  Lawrence  stieet. 
Stephen,  William,  dry  goods,  48  M'Gill  street. 
Stephens,  (H.,)  Young  (J.,)  &  Co.,  commission  merchants, 

corner  William  and  Grey  Nun  streets. 
Stephens,  H.,  house  47  Great  St.  James  street. 
Sterrett,  David,  carpenter,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Stethem,  William   G.,  saddler   and  harness  maker,  corner 

MGill  and  Lemoine  streets. 
Stevens,  John,  engineer  department,  36  Sanguinet  street. 
Stevenson,  Mrs.,  house  10  Chenneville  street. 
Stevenson,  John,  house  Si.  Catherine  near  St.  Alexander  st. 
Stevenson,  A.,  dry  goods  and  groceries,  corner  George  and 

Wellington  streets. 
Stevenson,  James,  cabinet  maker,  11  St.  Dominique  street. 
Stevenson,  VV.,  storeman,  4  Champ  de  Mars  street. 
Stewart,  A.  B.,  house  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Stewart,  W.  L.,  house  43  Sanijuinet  street. 
Stewart,  Donald,  tavern,  corner  St.  Lewis  and  St.  Denis  st. 
Stewart,  John,  grocer,  55  Campeau  street. 
Stewart,  Thomas,  house  6  Queen  square. 
Stewart,  David,  drayman,  84  St.  Joseph  street. 
Stewart,  John,  carter,  14*2  St.  Joseph  street. 
Stewart,  William,  cooper,  George,  near  Common  street. 


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Stewart,  Dugald,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  12  Place 

d'Armes,  west  side. 
Stewart,  John,  cabinet  maker,  3  St.  Antoine  street. 
Stewart,  Mrs.,  midwife,  3  St.  Antoine  street. 
Stewart,  D.  S.,  district  inspector,  corner  Craig  and  St.  Cr- 

bain  streets. 
Stewart,  Luke,  tavern,  Common,  near  Prince  street. 
Stewart,  Robert,  grocer,  corner  St.  Charles  Borromee  and 

St.  Catherine  streets. 
Stewart,  William,  house  5  St.  Germain  street. 
Stockley,  Dr.  William,  R.  A.,  15  Durham  place,  St.  Lewis 

street. 
Stone,  S.,  house  Colborne  avenue. 
Stonehouse,  A.,  cooper,  60  Tolentin  street. 
Stott,  H.,  carriage  painter,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
Strachan,  Mrs.,  house  7  St.  Bernard  street. 
Strang,  S.,  house  25  St.  Antoine  street. 
Stratton,  George,  saddler,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 
Stremanski,  Louis,  architect,  78  Mountain  street. 
Stringer,  Mrs.  Jane,  monthly  nurse,  36  St.  George  street. 
Stronj?,  Rev,  C.  Presbyterian,  house  M^Gill,  near  St.  Joseph 

street. 
Struthers,  Matthew,  dry  goods,  119  St.  Paul  street. 
Stuart,  Henry,  advocate,  4  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Sturgeon,  Isaac,  labourer,  Brickfields,  Griffinlovvn. 
Sullivan,  Michael,  porter,  5  Water  street. 
Summer."!,  Mrs.,  iniiliner,  31  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Summers,  Thomas,  storeman,  Roy  lane,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 
Sumner,  Morbeck,  advocate,  10  Little  St.  James  street. 
Superintendant  of  Education,  C.  E.,  J.  B.  Mellieur,  M.  D., 

St.  Denis,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Suter,  Wiilianj,  house  St.  Constant,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Sutherland,  Dr.  Wm.,  41  Little  St.  James  street. 
Sutherland  J.,  blacksmitli,  Chenneville,  corner  Vitre  street. 
Sutherland,  D.,  house  10  St.  Bernard  street. 
Sutherland,  Mrs.,  midwife,  10  St.  Bernard  street. 
Sutherland,  A.,  bookbinder,  12  St.  John  street. 
Sutton,  George,  plasterer,  M'Cord,  near  Gabriel  street. 


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Sutton,  J.  P.,  school,  Wellington,  near  Nuzareth  street. 
Swale,  William,  painter,  and  glazier,  8t  Si.  Lawrence  st.    - 
Swandel,  James,  blacksmith,  7*2  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Swett,  Cyrus  A.,  engineer,  St.  Honry,  near  College  street. 
Swinburne,  E.,  house  61  Amherst  street. 
Swinburne,  C,  shoemaker,  Amherst,  near  Lajauchetiere  st, 
Swiney,  E..  umbrella  maker,  St.  Mary,  near  Gain  street. 
Swinton,  Mrs.,  house  Prince,  near  Wt^llington  street. 
Swords,  P.,  hotel,  2  St.  Vincent  street. 
TAAFFE,  J.  H.,  wines  and  groceries,  128  Notre  Dame  st. 
Taaffe,  Thomas,  carpenter,  Bricklields,  Griffintovvn. 
Tabb,  William,  plasterer,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Taggart,  James,  labourer,  134  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Taillefer,  Joseph,  saddler,  161  St.  Joseph  street. 
Taillefer,  G.,  carter.  Mountain,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Tailhades,  J.  A.,  advocate,  10  St.  Vincent  street. 
Tait,  Charles,  corner  St.  Theic.^e  and  St.  Gabriel   streets, 

hou«e,  corner  St.  Antoine  and  Cemetery  streets. 
Tait,  A.  H.,  house  Victoria  road,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Tangnay,  M.,  joiner,  St.  Simeon,  near  Vallee  street. 
Tanner,  Rev.  Mr.,  house  73  Mountain  street. 
Tansey,  T.,  pedlar,  48  Wolfe  street, 
Tarnouth,  F.,  gardener,  head  of  St.  Andre  street. 
Tasse,  John,  baker,  corner  William  and  King  streets. 
Tassie,  John,  baker,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near  Mignonne  st. 
Tassie,  Mrs.,  house  40  St.  Joseph  street. 
Tassie,  Paul,  carter,  63  St.  Maurice  street. 
Tate,  Mrs.,  Widow,  livery  s(ahlos,30  Great  st.  James  street. 
Tate,  Robert,  ship  carpenter,  (^ueen  square,  near  St.  Mary 

street. 
Tattersalls  Auction  Mart,  (John  Jones,  proprietor,)  Great  St. 

James  street. 
Tavernier,  Dr.  L.  F.,  house  12  Little  St.  James  street. 
Tavernier,  Fran9ois,  house  12  Little  St.  Jrmes  street. 
Taylor,  Rev.  W.,  Secession  Church,  55  St.  George  street. 
Taylor.  Captain,  85th  regiment,  3  Durham  place,  St.  Lewis 

street. 
Taylor,  Miss,  house  7  Little  St.  James  street. 


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Taylor,  T.  M.,  house  54  St.  Dominique  street. 

Taylor,  Hugh,  advocate,  2  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Taylor,  William,  shoemaker,  66  San!;uinet  street. 

Taylor,  Homer,  cabinet-maker,  46  Cheneville  street. 

Taylor,  Peter,  chandler,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 

Taylor,  Alexander,  cabinet  inakpr,  95  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Taylor,  Robert,  stone  cutter,  95  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Taylor,  Peter,  cabinet-maker,  95  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Taylor,  Joseph,  engineer,  3S  Voltigeur  street. 

Taylor,  John,  woodman  inn,  corner  Vitie  and  St.  Urbain  sts. 

Taylor,  Robert,  St.  Lawrence  Brewery,  house  23  Cote  st. 

Taylor,  W.  J.,  bootmaker,  52  Bleury  street. 

Taylor,  Dr.,  93rd  regiment,  78  Water  street. 

Tebbetts,  J.  H.,  periodical  agent,  1 12  Notre  Dame  street. 

Tees,  John,  grocer,  17  St.  Mary  street. 

Teirny,  John,  labourer,  102  St.  Antoine  street. 

Telfer,  Wm.,  grocer,  117  Notre  Dame  street. 

Telfer,  Miss,  house  12  Chenneville  street. 

Telfer,  James,   carpenter,  56  Singuinet  street. 

Telfer,  Thomas  J.,  tailor,  Wellington,  near  George  btreet. 

Tellemosse,  J.,  baker,  85  St.  Mary  street. 

Tellemosse,  Louis,  sawyer,  22  Voltigeur  street. 

Temperance  Depot  and  Readmg  Room,  31  St.  Francois  Xa- 

vier  strett. 
Temple,  Luther,  chair  and  cabinet-maker,  44  Great  St.  James 

street. 
Tennant,  William,  builder,  Sanguinet,  near  Lagaucheliere  st. 
Terriau,  Joseph,  Visitation,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Terroux,  Charles  A.,  notary  public,  5  Campeau  street. 
Terroux,  Francis,  advocate,  37  Champ  de  Mars  street. 
Terroux,  Janvier,  clerk,  37  Chamn  de  Mars  street. 
Terroux,  Robert,  clerk,  37  Champ  de  Mars  street. 
Tessier,  Mrs.  M.,  house  114  St.  Lawrer.:e  street. 
Tessier,  J.  B.,  smith,  27  Visitation  street. 
Tessier,  L.,  joiner,  St.  Catherine,  near  Visitation  street. 
Tessier,  N.,  portrait  painter,  86  St.  Denis  street. 
Tessier,  Joseph,  carpenter,  head  of  Visitation  street. 
Tessier,  Paul,  joiner,  St.  Urbain,  near  Mignonne  street. 


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Tessier,  Charles,  shoemaker,  corner  Sangulnet  and  St.  Ca- 
therine streets. 
Tester,  James,  shoemaker.  Brickfields,  Griffintown. 
Tetu,  J.  L.,  hotel,  33  and  35  Great  St.  James  street. 
Thain,  Andrew,  joiner,  off  St.  Denis  street. 
Thain,  Thomas,  custom-house  officer,  5  Durham  place,  St. 

Lewis  street. 
Thauvettp,  Daniel,  bailiff,  26  St.  Andre  street. 
Thayer,  J.,  house  1  St.  Joseph  street. 
Theodore,  Leon,  »rocer,  69  Sanguinet  street. 
Therien,  G.  H.  E.,  advocate,  13  Little  St.  James  street. 
Theiien,  Toussaint,  blacksmith,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near 

Mignonne  street. 
Therien,  Joseph,  carpenter,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Urbain  st. 
Thomas,  Henry,  painter,  5  St.  Antoine  street. 
Thomas,  James,  piano  forte  maker,  22  Wolfe  street. 
Thomas,  Mrs.,  house  65  Campeau  street. 
Thomas,  William,  trader,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 
Thomas,  Ilypolite,  stone  cutler,  German,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Thomas,  William,  trader,  21  Tolentin  street. 
Thomas,  Edward,  trader,  Ann,  near  Common  street. 
Thomas,  R.,  shoemaker.  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 
Thomas,  D.,  contractor,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Thomas,  R.,  coach  painter,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  st. 
Thomas,  Charles,  shoemaker,  28  Voltigeur  street. 
Thomas,  William,  joiner,  14  Amherst  street. 
Thompson,  Rev.  W^illiam,  Episcopalian,  11  Campeau  street. 
Thompson,  Lieutenant  James,  11.  N.,  17  St.  Lewis  street. 
Thompson,  Alexander,  house  '>t.  Simeon,  near  Vallee  street. 
Thompson,  Hugh,  shoes  and  leaiher,  2l5  St.  Paul  street. 
Thompson,  Robert,  stock  manufacturer,  120^  Notre  Dame  st. 

house  Vitre,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Thompson,  Edward,  wholesale  and  retail  boots  and  shoes,  and 

leather,  142  Notre  Dame  street,  house  1  Little  St.  James 

street. 
Thompson,  George,  cabinet-maker,  i6l  St.  Constant  street. 
Thompson,  Edward^  dry  goods,  Place  d'Armes,  east  side. 

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Thompson,  John,  blacksmith,  48  St.  La\^rence  street. 
Thompson,  Johnson,  house  91  St.  Joseph  street. 
Thompson,  P.  C,  accountant,  7  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 

house  Telfer's  buildings,  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Thompson,  William,  furrier,  house  Queen,  near  William  st. 
Thompson,  Mrs.  M.,  staymaker,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  st. 
Thompson,  John,  carpenter,  Nazareth,  near  Gabriel  street. 
Thompson,  Mrs.  Anne,  tavern,  corner  Chenneville  apd  Yitre 

streets. 
Thompson,  John,  confectioner,  57  St.  Mary  street. 
Thompson,  John,  tavern,  corner  St.  Charles  Borromee   and 

Lagauchetiere  streets. 

Thompson,  Joseph,  house  Wellington,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
Thompson,  John,  shoemaker,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth  st. 
Thompson,  John,  house  head  of  Sanguinet  street. 
Thompson,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  64  Craig  street. 
Thompson,  David,  engineer,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Denis  st. 
Thompson,  William,  grocer,  77  St.  Paul  street. 
Thompson,  T.  M.,  general  merchant,  225  St.  Paul  street. 
Thomj'son,  James,  tobacconist,  Montcalm,  near  Dorchester 

street. 
Thompson,  John,  grocer,  76  Visitation  street. 
Thompson,  Miss,  milliner,  20  St.  Maurice  street. 
Thompson,  Wm.,  storeman,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Thompson,  Andrew,  sawyer,  Ann,  near  Wellington  street. 
Thompson,  James,  merchant  tailor,  14  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier 

street. 
Thomson,  W.  A.,  book-keeper,  148  St.  Paul  street. 
Thome  &  Howard,  general  merchants,  St.  Helen  street. 
Thorn,  William,  blacksmith,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Thornton,  John,  coach  factory  and  saddlery  warehouse,  79 

Craig  street. 
Thornton,  James,  baker,  Craig  street,  opposite  St.  Gabriel 

street,  house  46  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 
Thornton,  M.,  bootmaker,  153  Notre  Dame  street, 
Thorpis,  Mrs.,  dry  goods,  180  Notre  Dame  street 
Thressier,  X.,  cooper,  60  St.  Denis  street. 
Thurber,  E.,  lumber  merchant,  house  25  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Tiehar,  A.,  house  sTi/'J       ""'''"  '^^^^t. 
Tiemp    T  K    ?     ^  ^^-  Maurice  street 
*ieme,  John,  baker  S.1  •^f    i        /'''^*=^'« 

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Todd,  A.,  boots'an      ;!  H  ^v?  ^'""• 
Toine,  J.  B.,  joiner  fin  t   i ,  ^^"'^  "'«'• 

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Tolland,  Charles,  clerk    w    '"""'"'  '"■'"• 

Tompkins,  Mn/baler'ieT'r"' '""'• 
Toole,  Patrick,  iabou  e  .  44  S,  r^'""  ^'"^•• 
Torrance,  John   &  r/  .*  ^''"''«'  ^"•"'• 

Torrance;  John";  t'^TZtT'''"'!' '''  «'•  P-'  ^t- 
Torrance,  David,  house    98  s,P    T  *'"""'"'"  ^'^^^'• 
Torry,  J.  B.,  wine  mercl  a7.  3  s^'l^'^"'' 
Torry,  Mrs.  D.  S.,  houslr  M  "'"'' 

Toupin,  Mrs.,  ho„;e'r;j,'*=;;  "-«'«"'  ^'-.. 
Tourangean,  F.,  labourer  33  S,  ""'• 

Tourangeau,  Joseph,  ca  p  „,er  St  'r':^:  '■""'■ 

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Tourangeau,  Louis,  trader  S(   vr    u  .. 

Touron,  Louis,  carter,  Dnt^l'TlT  °°'"'"'"  ^^■ 

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Tourons,  Charles,  house  Mignonne,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 
Tourville,  Charles,  joiner,  corner  Wolfe  and  St.  Catherine 

streets. 
Tourviilc,  Charles,  labourer,  12  Adolphus  street. 
Townseml,  W.  A.,  jeweller  and   watchmaker,   144  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Townsend,  Joseph,  &  Co.,  p]umi)ers  and  coppersmiths.  111) 

Craig  street,  house  12  William  street. 
Townsend,  Andrew,  coppersmith,  65  St.  George  street. 
Tracy,  Michael,  labourer,  7  Barclay  street. 
Tracy,  Timothy,  labourer,  25  Wolfe  street. 
Tramble,  M.,  blacksmith,  corner  St.  Mary  and  Voltigeur  sis. 
Travers,  James,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  street. 
Tresller,  J.  B.,  M.  U.,  1  Little  St.  James  street. 
Treverton,  W.  &  J.,  painters,  163  Notre  Dame  street. 
Trevetlon,  Miss,  milliner,  163  Notre  Dame  street. 
Trick,  Hugh,  labourer,  33  Salaberry  street. 
Trimoulee,  Joseph,  labourer,  39  Amherst  street. 
Trinity  Church,  Episcopal,  St.  Paul,  near  Bonsecours  street. 
Trinity  House  and  Harbour  Master's  OlTice,  Commissioner 

street,  near  Custom  House  square. 
Troi,  Joseph,  shoemaker.  Mountain,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 
Trowbriiigp,  C.  H.,  painter,  Chabellois  street. 
Trudeau,  R.,  apothecary  and  Indian  curiosities,  106  St.  Paul 

street. 
Trudeau,  Alexander,  clerk,  St.  Therese  street. 
Trudeau,  Mrs.  A.,  house  St.  Denis,  corner  St.  Lewis  street. 
Trudeau,  Alexander,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Hu- 
bert street. 
Trudeau,  X.,  labourer.  Visitation,  above  Mignonne  street, 
Trudeau,  Francois,  carpenter,  10  St.  Denis  street. 
Trudeau,  Antoine,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Andre 

street. 
Trudelle,  Benjamin,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Denis 

street. 
Trudelle,  J.  B.,  baker,  6  Inspector  street. 
Trudelle,  Joseph,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  nearBleury  street. 
Trudelle,  Daniel,  book-binder,  38  Bleury  street. 


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Trudeile,  Joseph,  blacksmith,  91  Bonaventure  street. 

Truteau,  Mrs.,  house  corner  St.  Therese  and  St.  Vincent 
streets. 

Truteau,  Z.  J.,  house  Sanguinet,  above  Mignonne  street. 

Tubby,  Samuel,  Bank  clerk,  19  St.  Lewis  street. 

Tucker,  W.  D.,  book-keeper,  79  Sanguinet  street. 

Tuff,  Mrs.,  grocery,  25  St.  Philip  street. 

Tulloch,  Augustus,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee 
street. 

Tully,  John,  brick-yard,  corner  William  and  Colborne  streets, 
house  corner  Wellington  and  Dalhousie  streets. 

Tunstall,  J.,  house  9  Barclay  street. 

Turcotte,  Philip,  house  Inspector,  near  College  street. 

Turcotle  P.,  wholesale  provision  merchant,  lOJ  M'Gill  st. 

Turcotte,  Miss,  seamstress,  51  St.  Joseph  street. 

Turcotte,  Widow,  seamstress,  15  German  street. 

Turcotte,  Moses,  house  47  St.  Joseph  street. 

Turcotte,  S.,  blacksmith,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 

Turnbull,  Thomas,  commisariat,  73  Amherst  street. 

Turner,  John;,  rope  maker,  St.  Mary  st.,  near  Victoria  square. 

Turner,  John,  smith,  Nazareth,  near  William  street. 

Turner,  Robert,  labourer,  11  St.  Bernard  street. 

Turner,  Mrs.  T.  A.,  boarding  house,  51  St.  Urbain  street. 

Turner,  James,  veterinary  surgeon,  59  Craig,  cab  station 
Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

Turner,  John  B.,  St.  Lawrence,  near  Toll  gate. 

Turner,  John,  tavern,  62  Commissioners  street. 

Turner,  Mrs.,  house  40  Salaberry  street. 

Turnpike  Trustees'  office,  14  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 

Turton,  John,  bricklayer,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 

Tuttle,  E.  C,  stationery,  &c.,  167  St.  Paul  street,  house  6 
St.  Joseph  street. 

Tweedie,  James,  tailor,  136  St.  Lawence  street. 

Tweedy,  John,  cabinet  maker,  Kermine  street. 

Tylee,  R.  S.,  office  corner  of  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  and  Hos- 
pital streets. 

Tyre,  James,  house  69  Sherbrooke  street. 

Tytherleigh,  James,  painter,  23  Visitation  street 

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UNION  Fire  Company  Engine  House,  Great  St.  James,  near 

M*Uiil  street. 
University  Lying-in- Hospital,  Mrs.  Buchanan  matron)   St. 

Gabriel  near  Craig  street. 
Unwin,  R.,  commissariat  clerk,  55  St.  Lewis  street. 
Upper  Canada  Stage  Office,  M'Glll,  near  Notre  Dame  street. 
Upper  Canada  Bank,  office  17  Great  St.  James  street. 
Urban,  Miss,  dress  maker,  Dorchester,  near  German  street 
Ure,Thoma?,  house  M^Gill,  opposite  Lemoine  street. 
Urquhart  &  Hose,  medical  hall,  92  Notre  Dame  street. 
Urquhart,  Alexander,  blacksmith,  Dorchester,  near  German 

street. 
Utting,  William,  grocer,  corner  Wellington  and  Dalhousie 

streets. 

VACHAUD, ,  carpenter,  4  Amherst  street. 

Vadeboncojur,  Louis,  grocery  and  tavern,  69  St.  Mary  street. 
Vadeboncceur,  Fran9ois,  carter,  Lagauchetiere^  near  Campeau 

street. 
Vadeboncoeur,  Antoine,  shoemaker,  30  Amherst  street. 
Vadeboncoeor,  X.,  carter,  9  Visitation  street. 
Vaenberg,  H.,  watchmaker,  29  St.  Mary  street. 
Valage,  Joseph,  trader,  59  St.  Joseph  street. 
Valade,  Mad.,  8  Amherst  street. 
Valade,  Joseph,  cart  maker,  Bonaventure,  near  St.  Margaret 

street. 
Valentine,  Miss,  house  109  Craig  street. 
Vailee  (Joseph,)  Boyer  (L.,)  &  Co.,  provisions,  wholesale 

and  retail,  Custom  House  square  and  corner  Commis- 
sioners and  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 
Valine,  Joseph,  house  59  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Valine,  Mrs.,  house  20  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Vailee,  J.  D.,  notary  public,  Vailee,  near  St.  Philip  street. 
Vailee,  Michel,  carpenter  70  St.  Maurice  street. 
Vailee,  Joseph,  carpenter,  St.  Simeon,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Valin,  N.,  stone  cutter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Simeon  st. 
Valin,  Joseph,  ship  carpenter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Montcalm 

street. 


187 

Valin,  P.,  sawyer,  Wolfe,  near  Dorchester  street. 

ValLrand,  Florance,  clerk  62  Saugirnet  street. 

Valliens,  F.,  trader,   Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Valliere,  F.,  carter,  Cad'eux  villa2;e. 

Vallieres  de  St.  Heal,  Hon.  chief  justice,  house  St.  Hubert 

street. 
Vallois,  Narcisse,  tannery,  30  St.  Antoine  street. 
Valiquette,  Joseph,  waterman,  Tolentin,  near  St.  Catherine 

street. 
Valiquette,  Antoine,  pilot,  oS  Visitation  street. 
Valvals,  P.,  shoemaker,  oil  Mountain  street. 
Vanbenthusen,  J.  J.,  tobacconist,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Wolfe 

street. 
Vandlack,  J.  B.,  sawy»  r,  35  Salaberry  street. 
Vanier,  Basil,  baker,  139  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Varvais,  J.  B.,  shoemaker,  18  Montcalm  street. 
Vass,  Alexander  H.,  house  69  St.  Antoine  street. 
Vass,  David,  tobacconist,  212  Notre  Dame,  and  101  St.  Paul 

street. 
Vasseau,  Louis,  labourer,  45  Panet  street. 
Vaughan,  Edward,  labourer.  Vitro,  near  St.  Dominique  st. 
Vaughan,  Thomas,  boarding  house,  9  St.  Urbain  street. 
Vauslack,  J.  S.,  joiner,  13  Visitation  street. 
Vayencour,  Charles,  gardener,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  st. 
Veit,  F.,  professor  of  music,  house  3  Grant,  near  St.  Mary 

street. 
Venna,  Toussai.  t,  house  83  St.  Dominique  street. 
Venne,  Mrs.  Joseph,  63  Campeau  street. 
Venne,  Joseph,  baker,  30  St.  Antoine  street. 
Vennor,  H.,  house  83  Bleury  street. 
Vennor,  Edward,  76  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Velicat,  John,  labourer,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Denis  street. 
Velicat,  Louis,  carpenter,  head  of  St.  Germain  street. 
Verdon,  Alexander,  rarter,  Munroe  lane,  near  St.  Henry  st. 
Vermette,  Francis,  carter,  70  Amherst  street. 
Versailles,  Joseph,  wood  merchant,  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Versailles,  Gabriel,  labourer,  106  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Versailles,  Louis,  labourer,  106  St.  Lawrence  street. 


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Versailles,  Baptiste,  butcher,  39  St.  Joseph  street. 

Versailles,  James,  waterman,  91  St.  Charles  Dorrom6e  st. 

Versailles,  J.  13.,  butcher,  off  2  Mountain  street. 

Versailles,  Joseph,  butcher,  185  St.  Joseph  street. 

Vicour,  A.,  labourer,  Mignonne,  near  St.  Charles  Borromee 
street. 

Vieau,  Charles,  carter,  Mignonne,  near  German  street. 

Vieau,  X.,  shoemaker,  corner  Sanguinet  and  St.  Catherine 
streets. 

Vieau,  Edward,  stone  cutter,  08  Sanguinet  street. 

Vieu,  Edward,  messenger,  41  Montcalm  street. 

Vieu,  Theodore,  joiner,  Wolfe,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

Vigeau,  hair  dresser,  corner  St.  Catherine  and  Brock  streets. 

Viger,  Hon.  D.  B.,  house  7  Notre  Dame  street, 

Viger,  J.,  house  Bonsecours,  near  Notre  Dame  street. 

Viger,  Benjamin,  shoemaker,  16  Amherst  street. 

Villeneuve,  Baptiste,  shoemaker,  St.  Charles  Borromee,  near 
St.  Catherine  street. 

Villeneuve,  J.  B.,  shoemaker,  1 10  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Villiotre,  Joseph,  stone  cutter,  Wolfe,  near  Lagaucheliere  st. 

Vincent,  Em.,  blacksmith.  Cemetery,  near  Bonaventure  st. 

Vincent,  Mrs.  Andrew,  108  St.  Joseph  street. 

Vincent,  0.,  shoemaker,  50  Panet  street. 

Vincent,  J.  B.,  saddler,  off  1  Mountain  street. 

Vincent,  Mrs.  Joseph,  31  Amherst  street. 

Vincent,  Antoine,  cooper,  Dorchetiter,  near  St.  Elizabeth  st. 

Vincent,  Josep!),  carpenter,  31  Campeau  street. 

Vinette,  Joseph,  labourer,  Prince,  near  Gabriel  street. 

Viseneau,  Louis,  carter,  85  Sanguinet  street. 

Viseneau,  Andrew,  carter,  St.  Germain,  near  Mignonne  st. 

Vizina,  Louis,  joiner,  Sanguinet,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Vosburgh,  Nelson,  stage  driver,  Wellington,  near  Nazareth 
street. 

Voyer,  Benjamin,  pork  butcher,  153  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Voyer,  Philip,  carpenter,  Colborno  avenue,  near  St.  Mary 
street. 

Voyer,  Antoine,  house  Mignonne,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Vyse,  Brothers,  importers  of  straw  and  silk  goods,  St.  Fran- 
cois Xavier,  opposite  Hopital  street. 


189 


VVADDELL,  (T.,)  Smith,  (D.,)  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail 

dry  good?,  corner  St.  Helen  and  Notre  Dame  streets. 
Wade,  Stephen,  carpenter,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 
Wadsworth,  R.  D.,  agent  temperance  depot,  31  St.Fran^ois 

Xavier,  house  15  St.  GcMicvieve  street. 
Wadsworth,  Thomas,  clerk,  82  St.  Dominique  street. 
Wadsworth,  Wm.,  house  92  St.  Constant  street. 
Wagner,  Mrs.  M.,  house  Dorchester,  near  St.  Charles  Bor- 

romee  street. 
VVaine,  T.  D.,  furrier,  wholesale  and  retail,  97  St.  Paul  st. 
Wait,  James,  house  Prince,  near  William  street. 
Walker,  Alexander,  house  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Walker,  Alexander,  saddler,  59  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Walker,  Kenneth,  house  llddigonde,  near  Craig  street. 
Walker,  J.  N.,  machinist  and  printing  press  manufacturer, 

173  Notre  Dame  street. 
Walker.  John,  carter,  Ar.n,  near  Wellington  street. 
Walker,  Nelson,  house  69  Craig  street. 
Walker  &  Little,  paintcrp  and  gla/iers,  10  Bleary  street. 
Wall^  Matthew,  musician^  55  Ciai;^  street, 
Wallace,  Thomas,  &  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goods,  186  St.  Paul 

street,  boards  at  Exchange  hotel. 
Wallace,  Alexander,  plane  maker,  95  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Waller,  Dr.  S.,  24  Si.  Mary  street. 
Walsh,  Anthony,  grocer,  4  St.  Antoine  street. 
Walsh,  John,  blacksmith,  62  Bleury  street. 
Walsh,  Thomas,  labourer,  St.  Bernard,  near  Bleury  street. 
Walsh,  Matthew,  dealer,  49  St.  Maurice  street 
Walsh,  Thomas,  shoemaker,  Ann,  near  William  street. 
Walsh,  Thomas,  labourer,  Queen,  near  William  street. 

Walsh, ,  carter,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Bleury  street. 

Walsh,  Michel,  mason,  Perrault's  buildings  St.  Gabriel  st. 
Walsh,  William,  labourer,  Gabriel,  near  George  street. 
Walter,  Henry,  labourer,  Vitr6,  near  Chenneville  street. 
Walton,  J.,  boot  store,  195  Notre  Dame  street. 
Wand,  Charles,  boarding  house,  St.  Mary  st.,  near  the  jail 
Wand,  Alexander,  plasterer,  St.  Mary  street,  near  the  jail. 
Wand,  Thomas,  plasterer,  St.  Mary  street^  near  the  jail. 


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Wandly,  B.,  carpenter,  Hermine  street. 

Wandly,  George,  carpenter,  Hermine  street. 

Ward,  Brush  U  Co.,  ea^Ie  foundry.  King,  near  Common  St. 

Ward,  John,  plasterer,  79  St.  Constant  street. 

Ward,  Jonathan,  engineer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  St. 

Ward,  Samuel  S.,  house  Wellington,  near  King  street. 

Ward,  Daniel,  carpenter,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Dominique 

Ward,  Thomas,  butcher.  Mountain,  near  St.  Joseph  street. 

Warden,  Mrs.  E.,  straw  bonnet  maker,  73  St.  Dominique  st. 

Warden,  captain,  93d,  house  131  St.  Joseph  street. 

Ware,  Mrs.,  laundress,  Dalhousie,  near  William  street. 

Ware,  William,  painter  and  grocer,  23  Queen  square. 

Warner,  Moses,  mason,  25  Donaventure  street. 

Warnock,  James,  cabinet-maker,  Perrault's  buildings,  St. 

Gabriel  street. 
Warren,  W.  H.,  teacher  of  music,  70  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Warren,  Samuel  U.,  organ  builder,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Con- 
stant street,  house  corner  of  St.  Constant  and  Dorchester 
streets. 
Warren,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alexander  st. 
Warren,  William,  cutler  and  hardware,  M'Gill,  corner  Re- 
collet  street. 
Waters,  Antoine,  pedlar,  corner  Lagauchetiere  and  Wolfe 

streets. 
Waters,  William,  clerk,  29  St.  Ignace  street. 
Waters,  Thomas,  smith.  Queen,  near  Wellington  street. 
Waters,  Charles,  labourer.  Brickfields,  Gritfintown. 
Watkins,  R.,  wholesale  and  retail  dry  goods,  9  Great  St. 

James  street. 
Watson,  (J.  D.,)  Black  &  Co.,  wholesale  grocers,  &c.,  7  St. 

Sacrament  street,  house  Bleury  street. 
Watson,  Andrew,  grocer,  corner  St.  Genevieve  and  St.  An- 
toine streets. 
Watson,  Robert,  baker,  St.  Catherine,  near  Sanguinet  st. 
Watson,  Richard,  boot  and  shoemaker,  66  St.  Lawrence  st. 
Watson,  George,  carter,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 
Watson,  William,  flour  inspector,  23  St.  Joseph  street. 
Watsoni  James,  stone  cutter,  ofi  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 


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^Valson,  Mrs.  F     IrZ'    .     ''  ''""P''  »'^«'- 

W  atson,  James,  baker,  co.ne.  o  ""  '"■"'• 

VVatson,  VVillil.  fire;:"it::;:;i:'"-'  ^'""S'on  s.r.e... 
^Vatt,  Andrew   br^.,j       ,  ,  •         ""'S^ur  streef. 

Wat.,  Robert,  dr;^,"  ,.    S.   UM  '""'• 

IV'att,  Andrew,  coo,  e7  Vor' er  c!'"'  ""'  ^'""  »""'• 

Wel'b,  T.  shoemaker,  DorcbVj  "''''  *''«'• 

Web^  Daniel,  shoe^'ak^^Q       '  r  C  ^''^"'  ^'-'• 
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Webster,  Joseph.  coSo^    r^H'st't' ^'  "-• 
St.  Anioine  street.  '      '    '*  ^'-  '^"'1,  house  72 

HrT       '  ^'  '^•'  ''ouse  19  Great  St    l,„  ^""S«  si. 

Webster,  A.  C,  office  24  S.  p  "  '"■"'• 

Weidenbecker,  Franc;,  tot        '""  ^^""^  »""t. 
Wailbrenner,  P.  a!       'lav  ^  m'""',''  '"'P«'-  'Tee,. 
Lawrence  .tree,.        ^  '^"^'"''  ^'S^-'h^Were,  near  S,. 

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Wells,  John,  a'rchile"  an,l  clile?/""  ""'*• 

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Wesleyan  Chapel,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 
Wesleyan  Chapel,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Wesleyan  Mission  Houses,  corner  Fortification  lane  and  St. 

Francois  Xavier  street,  and  AVeliington  street,  adjoinini; 

the  Chapel. 
West,  Richard,  umbrella  maker,  20  St.  Charles  Borromce  st. 
Westwood,  Alexander,  carpenter,  87  St.  Urbain  street. 
VVestcolt,  Mis.,  dry  goods,  St.  Mary,  near  FuUum  street. 
Wetherall,  Colonel,  adjutant  general,  St.  Anioine,  near  Guy 

street. 
Wetherall,  James,  labourer,  Dalhousie,  near  Wellington  st. 
Wharfinger's  Office,  66  Commissioners  street. 
Wheeler,  G.  H.,  leather  store,  corner  Custom  House  square 

and  Capital  street,  boards  at  Commercial  Hotel. 
White,  Andrew,  house  Vitre,  near  St.  Uibain  street. 
White,  M.,  &  Co.,  wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  228  St. 

Paul,  house  Craig  street. 

White,  T.,  leather  and  shoes,  wholesale  and  retail  corner 

Custom  House  and  St.  Paul  street. 
White,  Misses,  milliners,  corner  St.  John  and  Hospital  sts. 
White,  Samuel,  dry  goods,  52  St.  Antoine  street. 
White,  John,  carpenter,  14  Chenncville  street. 
White,  Michael,  Royal  Oak  inn,  61  St.  Mary  street. 
White,  John,  labourer,  17  St.  Mary  street. 
White,  J.  J.,  grocer,  corner  St.  Lawrence  and  St.  Catherine. 
White,  William,  boot  and  shoemaker,   St.   Antoine,  near 

Uonaventure  street. 
White,  Wm.,  shoe  store,  13  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
White,  John,  tailor,  51  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
White,  Mrs.  S.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  German  street. 
White,  Mrs.  M.,  house  90  Hubert  street. 
White,  John  D.,  carpenter,  4  St.  John  street. 
White,  Mrs.  A.,  house  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alexander  st. 
White,  Thomas,  labourer,  Gabiiel,  near  George  street. 
Whittingham,  M.,  engineer,  corner  Perthius  and  St.  Hubert 

streets. 
Whitty,  Thomas,  spring  maker,  106  St.  Mary  street. 
Wbiteford,  Mrs,  widow,  18  St.  Urbain  street. 


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Whileford,  William,  house  166  St.  Paul  street. 

Whitehead,  W.  T.,  general  merchant,  St.  Eloi,  near  St.  Paul 

street,  house  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Uibain  street. 
Whitelavv,  John,  carpenter,  17  and  19  Chenneville  street. 
Whitney  &.  Co.,  wholesale  dry  goodi,  178  St.  Paul  street. 
Wiiolc,  Joseph,  joiner,  47  St.  Maurice  street. 
Whole,  Joseph,  grocer,  corner  St.  Constant  and  Mignonne  st. 
Whyte,  Wm.,  shoemaker,  39  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
W^ilcott,  Andrew,  dry  goods,  114  St.  Paul  street. 
Wilkes,  Rev.  Henry,  Congregationalist,  house  65  St.  Antoine 

street. 
Wilkos,  W.  A.,  house  Cote,  near  Craig  street. 
Wilkie,  David,  joiner,  Lagauchetiere,  near  Montcalm  stree  t 
Wilkin,  Andrew,  labourer,  48  Panet  street. 

Wilkinson, ,  tavern.  Current  St.  Mary 

Wilkinson,  John,  boiler  maker,  Shaw  street. 

Willet,  Asa,  leather  warehouse,  153  St.  Paul  street. 

W^ickstead,  C,  house  head  of  Mountain  street. 

W^illett,  Thomas,  trader,  Brock,  near  Mignonne  street. 

Williams,  Charles,  book-keeper,  37  St.  Antoine  street. 

W^illiams,  Thomas,  9  St.  Garmain  street. 

Williams,  Miles,  brewery,  College,  near  St.  Henry  street. 

Williams,  John,  house  112  St.  Antoine  street. 

Williamson,  John,  clerk,  house  41  Craig  street. 

Williamson,  John,  joiner,  Wolfe,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 

Willis,  James,  carter,  5  St.  Germain  street. 

Willock,  J.,  bread  and  biscuit  baker,  181  Notre  Dame  street. 

Willoughby,  Rev.  Mark,  Episcopalian,  house  3  Cornwall 

terract. 
Wills,  Henry,  shoemaker,  St.  Germain,  near  Dumarais  lane. 
Wilscam,  John,  grocer,  116  St.  Joseph  street, 
Wilson,  Mrs.,  laundress,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 
Wilson,  James,  clerk,  house  Prince,  near  Ann  street. 
Wilson,  Wm.,  baker,  94  St.  Dominique  street. 
Wilson,  Andrew,  labourer,  129  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Wilson, ,  smith,  Gabriel,  near  Prince  street. 

Wilson,  John,  gardener,  St.  Germain,  near  Dumarais  lane. 
Wilson,  John,  trader,  39  Voltigeur  street, 

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Wilson,  r.  A.,  Iiouso  57  Mountain  street. 

Wilson,  T.,  agent  Commercial  Hank,  11  (iieal  St.  James  st. 

Wilson,  A.,  Herald  Olficp,  37  Chiimj)  de  Mars  rtrtet. 

Wilson,  Hubert,  grocer,  Nazareth,  near  William  slreet. 

Wilson,  Wm.,  slioemaker,  5  St.  CJermain  street. 

Wilson,  Charles,   wholesale   and   retail   hardware,   170   St. 

Paul  street,  house  Sheibiooke,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Wilson,  Kdvvard,  wholesale  and  retail  hardware,  89  St.  Paul 

street. 
Wilson,  A.,  cooper,  Piince,  near  Wellington  street. 
Wilson,  Andrew,  tailor,  18  Panel  street. 
Wilson,  James,  brushmaUer,  57  Uleury  street. 
AVilson,  IMiss  E.,  house  22  St.  Charles  liorromct'^  street. 
Wink,  Alexander,  cabinet  maker,  2G  St.  Lewis  street. 
W^innc,  John,  foundryman,  Adolphus,  near  St.  JNlary  street. 
Winter,  Alexander,  saddler,  Herminc  street. 
Withered,  George,  house  21  St.  Charles  Horromce  street. 
AVilhey,  Wm.,  shoemaker,  Sanguinet,  near  St.  Duminicjuc 

fctreet. 
Wisobrook,  Peter,  musician,  College,  near  Chabellois  street. 
Wisely,  Mrs.,  house  St.  Alexander,  near  Lagaucheticre  st. 
Wood,  llolicrt,  house  Hadigonde,  near  Craig  street. 
Wood,  John,  &  Son,  watchmakers  and  jewellers,130  St.  Paul 

street. 
Wood,  Patiick,  labourer,  89  Sanguinet  street. 
Wood,  William,  St.  Mary,  near  the  jail. 
Wood,  Robert,  saddler,  G7  St.  Paul  street. 
Woods,  Thomas,  s'icritt's  cleik,  30  Salaberry  street. 
Wood,  John,  piinter,  Lag;iuchetiere,  near  St.  EIiz?ibcth  street. 
Wooi!s,  George,  carpenter,  100  St.  Urbain  .street. 
Woodbury,  T.  E.,  tinsmith,  41  M'Gill  street. 
Woodhousp,  Joshua,  grocer,  47  Notre  Dame  street. 
Woodhouse,  Joseph,  Wellington,  near  Ann  street. 
Woodpecker,  II.,  tobacconist,  43  Amherst  street. 
Woodrocfle,  William,  Hour  mills,  Philip,  near  St.  Joseph  st. 
Wooc'side,  T.,  commission  ag(^nt,  Common  street,  near  Canal 

wharf. 
Work,  Ezekiah,  pensioner,  38  Camneau  street. 


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Worsdeil,  William,  hlarkinpf  maker,  ()eor«»r»,near  William  st. 
Worrell,  J.  E.,  book-keeper,  IIG  Sf.  Lawrence  street. 
Worrell,  Mrs.,  ladies'  school,  IIG  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Workman,  William,  (of  rrolliingham  k  Workman,)  house 

Siieihrooke,  near  Hleury  street. 
Workman,  B.,  school  master,  Dil  Crai;;  street. 
Workman,  AlexamlcT,  Englisli  ani  classical  school,  Hospital 

street. 
Worth,  Edward,  snperintenJant  of  lunatics,  at  the  jiil. 
Wraij'pf,  T.H.,nail  manufacturer,  corner  of  Gabriel  and  IMnce 

streets. 
Wrenn,  James,  pedlar,  G  t  Bleury  street. 
Wright,  William,  clcik  at  the  1)  puty  Adjutant  General's 

OlTicf*y  house  G7  St.  Urbain  street, 
Wright,  Kobert,  painter,  liiickfields,  GiifTinlown. 
Wright,  Kichard,  boots  and  shocf,  50  St.  Antoine  street. 
Wright,  E.  &  G.  china,  glass,  &c.,  '21G  St.  Paul  street. 
Wright,  J.,  coach  maker,  corner  William  and  Nazareth  sts. 
Wright,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  Wellington,  near  Prince  st. 
Wiight,  Henry,  lumber  dealer,  13  St.  Germain  street. 
Wright,  James,  labourer,  Dalliousie,  near  Common  street. 
Wiighl,  ]\Iatthe\v,  cooper,  107  St.  Joseph  street. 
Wiight,  Thomas,  coach  maker,  2"i  Clienneville  street. 
Wyatt,  William,  mason,  Hermine  street. 
Wylie,  James,  millwright,  Lagaucl'eticrc,  near  Panel  street. 
Wyman  &  Uice,  camphine  o:   ..id  lamp  dealers,  M5  St.  Paul 

street. 
Wynyard,  Henry,  captain  89th,  4  Champ  de  Mars  slreel. 
YALE,  Jame?,  currier,  6  Wolfe  street. 
You,  F.,  carpenter,  Mignonne,  nearSt.  Denis  street. 
Youds,  Joseph,  butcher,  Di-viennc,  near  St.  Simeon  street. 
Youni^,  James,  auctioneer  and  commission  merchant,  15  St. 

Francois  Xavier  street,  house  5  St.  Joseph  street. 
Youngr,  David,  carpenter,  off  Jure,  near  Bleury  street. 
Young,  Olivier,  house  roofer,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alex- 
ander street. 
Young,  John,  tavern  and  grocer,  corner  Prince  and  Welling- 

lon  streets. 


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Young  Samuel,  carter,  GO  St.  Charles  Borromoe  street. 

Youn;^,  Thomas,  clerk,  61  St.  Charles  Borroniee  street. 

Young,  GeoriTP,  plasterer,  53  St.  Domin'Kjiie  street. 

Young,  Joseph,  house  roofer,  b't.  Catherine,  near  St.  Alexan- 
der street. 

Young,  Mrs.,  boarding  house,  1*2  St.  DominKjue  street. 

Youston,  Arthur,  whitesmith,  19  Tolontin  street. 

Yule,  John,  carpenter,  Na/areth,  near  \VeUino;ton  street. 

ZAIONCZECK,  I'.  L.,  cigar  and  tobacco  depot,  21  Great  St. 
James,  house  43  (ircat  St.  James  street. 

Zeugler,  Antoine,  house  101  St.  Antoine  street. 

Zucll,  Frederick,  hair  dresser,  M<Gill,  near  St.  Paul  street. 


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BUSINESS  DIRECTORY. 

CONTAINING  THE  NAMES  OF  SUBSCKIBEUS, 

ARRANUKI)  rNDEIl  TIIKIR  HESPPXTIVE 

PROFESSIONAL  AND  BUSINESS  HEADS. 


ACCOUNTANT. 

Thompson,  P.  C.,7  St.  Francois  Xaxier,  house  Lagauclie- 
ticre,  near  St.  Denis  street. 

ADVOCATES. 

Andrews,  H.  0.,  St.  Thcicse  street. 

Armstrong,  J.,  22  Little  St.  Jamos  street. 

Bddgley,  William,  10  Little  St.  James  street. 

Barnard,  Edward,  22  Notre  Dame  street. 

Barthe,  J.  G.,  at  Madame  Charbonneau's,  2  Great  St.  James 

street. 
Beaudry,  J.  U.,  3  St.  Vincent  street. 
Belinge,  F.  M.,  5  St.  Vincent  street. 

Bellingham,  Sydney,  corner  St.  Gabriel  and  St.  Paul  streets-. 
Bender,  Francois,  87  Craig  street. 
Berthelot,  J.  A.,  18  Little  St.  James  street. 
Bethune,  S.,  33  Little  St.  James  street. 
Bibaud,  P.,  37  Little  St.  James  street. 
Binley,  M.  N.,  35  Little  St.  James  street. 
Bleakley,  John,  St.  Therese  street. 
Bourret,  Joseph,  20  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Bourret,  C,  25  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Buchanan,  Alexander,  12  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Burroughs,  C.  S.,  144  St.  Paul  street. 

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Cirtier,  O.  E.,  11  St.  Vincent  street. 

Carticr,  D.,  II  St.  Vincent  street. 

Charles,  Edward,  'i5  Little  St.  James  street. 

Cherrier  &  Dorion,  22  St.  Vincent  street. 

Cherrier,  A.  li.,  2  Little  St.  James  street. 

Coursol,  Chas.  J.,  corner  St.  Vincent  and  St.  Thcrcso  sts. 

Cross,  A.,  'S'.i  Little  St.  James  street. 

Day,  J.  J.,  90  Notre  Dame  street. 

DeBleury,  C.  C.  S.,  -12  Craig  street. 

Dcseve,  A.,  29  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Dorion,  A.  A.,  22  St.  Vincent  street. 

DriscoII,  Henry,  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 

Drummond,  L.  T.,31  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Dumas,  N.,  1  Uonsecours  street. 

Easton,  Robert,  49  Little  St.  James  street. 

Fisher,  D.,  25  St.  James  place.  Little  St.  James  street. 

Giard,  A.,  21  St.  Vincent  street. 

Greece,  John  T., 

Griffin,  Frederick,  6  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Gugy,  B.  C.  A.,  St.  Catherine,  near  St.  Philip  street. 

Hart,  A.  ]\L,  8  St.  Vincent  street. 

Hartly,  W.  M.  B.,  33  Little  St.  James  street. 

Honey,  John,  55  Saiigulnet  street. 

Hubeit,  R.  H.,  18  St.  Vincent  street. 

Ibbottson,  H.  J.,  7  St.  Fran9ois  Xavicr  street. 

Johnson,  F.  G.,  10  St.  Vincent  street. 

Joseph,  G.,  33  Little  St.  James  street. 

Judah,  H.,  31  St.  James  place,  Little  St.  James  street. 

Judah,  T.  S.,  11  St.  Vincent  street. 

Lacroix,  J.  D.,  7  Cornwall  terrace,  St.  Denis  street. 

Laframboise,  M.,  St.  Thercse  street. 

Lamothe,  J.,  St.  Thercse  street. 

Leblanc,  Chas.  A.,  28  Salaberry  street. 

Letournenx,  L.  O.,  23  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Macdnnald,  J.  Wilson,  40  Great  St.  James  street. 

McDonnell,  J.,  7  St.  Vincent  street. 


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Macki'.y,  Roheil,  1*2  St.  Vincent  street. 

Meredith)  W.  C,  33  St.  James  place,  Lirle  St.  Jamfi  s(. 

Mitchcl,  Thomas,  37  Little  St.  James  street. 

Monk,  C,  31  St.  (iabricl  street. 

Morcau,  P.,  25  Craii;  street. 

Morin,  Joseph  A.,  18]  St.  Vincent  street. 

Morrison,  M.,  87  (.'rai^  street. 

N>'e,  Thomas,  3  St.  Tran^ois  Xavier  street. 

Olivier,  Louis  A.,  St.  Thcrcse  street. 

Ouimet  &  Sicotle,  l(i  St.  Vincent  street. 

Pelleticr,  Joseph,  F.,  13  St.  Vincent  street. 

Peltier,  T.,  'iO  St.  Gabriel  street. 

rhelan,  J.  J.,  7  St.  Vincent  street. 

Toitras,  J.  C.  A.,  18\  St.  Vincent  street. 

Pyke,  George,  St.  Hubert,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 

lladiger,  John,  61  Water  street. 

Robertson,  Andrew,  49  Little  St.  James  street. 

Rochon,  L.  D.,  St.  Dominique,  near  Vilre  street. 

Rodier,  C.  S.,  St.  Antoine,  near  Guy  street. 

Rolin,  1).  B.,  30  St.  Lewis  street. 

Rossiter,  P.  N.,  St.  Alexis  street. 

Rose,  John,  18  Little  St.  James  street. 

Roy,  R.,  12  St.  Vincent  street. 

Ryan  &  Rich,  13^  Liiile  St.  James  street. 

Salmon,  D., 

Scott,  James,  20  St.  Vincent  street. 

Smith,  James,  25  St.  James  place,  Little  St.  James  street. 

Stuart,  Henry,  4  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Sumner,  Morbeck,  10  Little  St.  James  street. 

Tailhades,  J.  A.,  10  St.  Vincent  street. 

Taylor,  Hugh,  2  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Terroux,  Fran9ois,  37  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Therien,  G.  H.  E.,  13  Little  St.  James  street. 

ARCHITECTS. 

Brown,  George,  St.  Helen  street. 
Footner,  William^  lU  Craig  street. 


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Dickinson,  Geo.  L.,  53  Craig  street.    See  Card. 
M^Farlane,  James  S.,  142  Notre  Dame  street. 
iVl'Farlane  &  Brown,  5  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Springle,  J.  H.,  211  St.  Paul  street. 
Wells,  John,  47  Little  St.  James  street.     See  Card. 


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Is  constantly  prepared  to  furnish  Plans,  Designs,  Estimates, 
and  Drawings,  for  every  kind  of  Public  or  Private  Build- 
ing, in  the  various  styles  of  modern  Architecture. 


Communications  addressed  as  above  promptly  attended  to. 


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J.   WELLS, 

Office,  J%*o,  47  E^itlle  St,  ^Fainea  Sh'cet, 


Executed  in  every  variety  of  Ancient  and  Modern  taste,  suitable  for  Town, 
Huburban,  Cottage,  Villa,  or  Mansion  Gardens,  as  practised  in  Europe 
during  the  last  century. 


ARTISTS. 

Duncan,  James,  53  Champ  de  Mars  street. 
Field,  J.  H.,  204  St.  Paul  street. 
Hillyer,  William,  121  St.  Paul  street. 
Morice,  P.^  55  Craig  street. 


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JAMES  DUNCAN, 
PORTRAIT  AND  MINIATURE  PAINTER, 

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Champ  dc  Mars  Street, 

NEAR  THE  CHAMP  DE  MARS, 
SaONTXLBAL, 

AUCTIONEERS  &  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS. 

Addison  &  Co.,  181  Noire  Dame  street. 

Benning,  A.,  jun.,  23  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 

Bernard,  J.  D.,  152  St.  Paul  street. 

Bethune,  N.,  St.  Urbain  street. 

Bridge,  T.  H.,  5  Nun's  buildings  St.  Joseph  street. 

Carre,  Wm.,  19  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Clarke,  William,  5t.  Joseph,  near  St.  Paul  street. 

Cuvillier  &  Sons,  St.  Sacrament  street, 

Jones,  John,  Tattersal!s,  Great  St.  James  street. 

Leeming,  J.,  17  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Ma9on,  (J.  B.,)  &  Son,  Nun's  buildings  St.  Joseph  street. 

Young,  James,  i5  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

BEACON  &  SON, 

AUCTIONEERS,  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS, 

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GENERAL  AGENTS, 

JSTo.  2  JSTuii's  Buildings,  St.  Joseph  street, 
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BAKERS. 

Benny,  Walter,  30  St.  Joseph  street. 
Fitts,  Claik,  21  St.  Joseph  street. 
Ramsay,  M.,  24  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lamb,  Robert,  106  St.  Joseph  street. 
Lamb,  James,  lOl  St.  Mary  street. 
Lawson,  Jame;!,  95  St.  Antoine  street. 
Watt,  Andrew,  76  St.  Maurice  street, 
Willock,  J.,  181  Notre  Dame  street. 

BANKER. 

Mills,  John  E.,  37  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

BOARDING  HOUSES. 

Agnew,  Mrs.,  Fortification  lane,  corner  St.  Lawrence  hill. 

Armstrong,  Mrs.,  23  Chenneville  street. 

Gumming,  Mrs.,  mansion  house,  College,  near  M'Gill  street. 

Dowker,  E.,  3  Little  St.  James  street. 

(iosselin,  Mrs.  L.,  Recollet,  near  St.  Helen  street. 

Hardisty,  Mrs.,  corner  M'Gill  and  Great  St.  James  street. 

Kendall,  Joseph,  46  Crai^  street. 

M'Evven,  Mrs.,  Collejre  street,  near  the  College. 

Provandie,  Mrs.,  13  St.  Gabriel  street.     See  Card. 

Thompson,  Mrs.,  64  Craig  street. 


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No.  13  St.  Gabriel  street, 


From  tho  very  central  and  pleasant  situation  of  Mrs.  Provandie's  house, 
which  fronts  upon  both  Notre  Dame  and  St.  Gul>ricl  streets,  it  will  bo 
found  particularly  convenient  for  gentlemen  in  business,  or  those  who  visit 
Montreal,  that  prefer  the  quiet  of  a  private  residence  to  residing  at  a  Uotel. 


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BOOKSELLERS,    STATIONERS,    AND    BOOK- 
BINDERS. 

Armour  &  Ramsay?  21  St.  Francois  Xavier  street.  See  Card. 

Bain,  John,  St.  Maurice,  near  M^Gill  street. 

Bryson,  Camp!>ell.  St.  Francois  Xavier  street,  opposite  the 

People's  Ban?;.     See  Card. 
Connell,  AndrevV;  173  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page 

204. 
Fabrc,  E.  R.,  o  St.  Vincent  street. 
Graham  &  Malhewson,  156  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card 

page  204. 
Leprohon,  C.  P.,  114  Notre  Dame  street. 
Lyons  &  Brothers,  218  St.  Paul  street. 
Mackay,  Robert  W.  S.,  115  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card, 

page  204. 
Miller,  R.  &  A.,  Place  d'Armos  hill.     See  Card,  page  205. 
Scott,  J.  H.,  16  Si.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Tebbetts,  J.  U.,  142  Noire  Dame  street. 
Tattle,  E.  C,  stationery  and  account  books,  167  St.  Paul  st. 
Walton,  J.,  195  Notre  Dame  street. 


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WUOLESALE     AND     RETAIL     AT     THE     LOWEST     TBICES. 

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Constantly  for  sale  a  great  variety  of  the  latest  publications,  at  very 
low  prices.  Also  Protestant  and  Roman  Catholic  Prayer  Books  and  Bibles, 
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the  most  reasonable  terms.  School  Books  of  every  dcscrij'tion  on  hand, 
tvholesale  and  retail. 


BOOT,  SHOE,  AND  LEATHER  STORES, 

Atkinson,  Edwin,  128  Notre  Dame  street. 

Bell,  Joshua,  103  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page  306. 

Bell,  Thomas,  114  Notre  Dame  street. 

Cook,  Robert,  185  St.  Paul  street. 

Curley,  James,  93  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page  207. 

Dangerfield,  William,  St.  Mary  street,near  Dalhousie  square. 

Deering,  William,  112  Notre  Dame  street. 

Graham,  William,  105  Notre  Dame  street.   See  Card,  p.  207. 

Haldane,  James,  M'Gill,  near  St.  Maurice  street. 

Harding,  J.,  10  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street.  See  Card,  p.  207. 

Morris,  J.,  96  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  page  208. 

Murray,  Patrick,  80  Notre  Dame  street.   See  Card,  page  208. 

O'Connor,  Daniel,  97  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  p.  208. 

Rauson,  John,  139  Notre  Dame  street. 

Rennie,  James,  206  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  p.  208. 

Sloan,  J.,  14  St.  Joseph  street.     See  Card,  page  209. 

Thompson,  John,  93  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  p.  209. 

Thornton.  M.,  153  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page  209. 

Todd,  A.,  115  Notre  Dame  street. 

White,  Thomas,  137  Notre  Dame,  and  172  St.  Paul  street. 

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^"nnoi  he  surpassed  in  this  ci^    '  ""^"'"'"i'.  ""J  cheapness, 


MONTREAL. 

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BOOT   AND   SHOE   MAKPiR, 

90  jS^otre  Dame  Street, 


Has  now  on  hand  a  very  superior  stock  of  BOOTS  and 
SHOES  of  his  own  manufacture,  to  which  he  would  respect- 
fully invite  attention.  lie  it  constantly  prepared  to  e.xecute 
orders  in  every  department  of  bis  business,  with  elegance  and 
despatch. 

PATRICK  MUKRAY'S 

GENERAL  BOOT  AND  SHOE  STORE, 

JSl).  80  Notre  Dame  Street, 

Tor,  Dress,  Ladies'  and  Children's  Boots  and  Shoes 

KEPT  constantly  ON  HAND. 


D.  O'CONNOR'S 

No,  97  Notre  Dame  Street, 
MONTREAL. 

MILITARY,  TOP.  DRESS  AND  LADIES'  BOOTS  AND  SHOES, 

KEPT  CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND. 

JA3IES  RENNIE, 

cl^o.   206    Q^otte  ^ama  dlteet, 

MONTREAL. 

Ladie8*,;Gentlemen'8,  and  ChUdrcns'  BOOTS  and  SHOES  of  the  very  best 
Materials  and  Workmanship,  for  sale,  or  made  to  order  on  the  most  reason- 
able terms 


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M.  F.  JOHNSON'S 

2U).  25  Great  St.  James  Street, 

MONTREAL, 

Where  cvory  iirticlo  In  liia  lino  of  busitipss  is  kojit  for  snle  on  very  reason- 
able  terms,  nml  all  wiirrantod  uf  the  bfst  iimiiufacture  and  material. 

JOHN  JOfili^SOi^, 

iVo.  16  jS*^.  Joseph  "Street, 

Koojis  eonatiintly  on  hand,  a  very  superior  stock  of  choice  Cabinet  furni- 
turo  made  under  his  own  insiiection,  and  warranted  of  the  best  inatcriaN 
and  workmanship.  Hair  ^lattrosscs  and  Feathers  of  every  description  j.t 
unusually  low  prices. 


THOMAS  MOUNTAIN, 


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CHAIR  MAKER, 

J\o.  37   Saint  Lawrence  Street, 
MONTREAL. 

Keeps  constantly  on  hand  a  choice  supply  of  articles  in  his  Line,  which  he 
warrants  not  inferior  to  any  in  Montreal;  a  share  of  public  patronage  is 
respectfully  solicited. 

CAMPHINE  LAMP  STORE. 
Wyman  &  Rice,  156  St.  Paul  street. 

CARPENTERS,  JOINERS,  &c. 
Bronsdon,  J.  B.,  St.  Urbain,  near  Dorchester  street. 
Chisholm,  Morrison  &  M'Kenzle,  50  St.  Charles  Borrorrj^e 

street. 
Goodwillie  &  Wark,  Craig,  near  St.  Elizabeth  street. 
Goodwin,  Thomas,  Vitre,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
Kelly,  John,  &  Co.,  123  Craioj  street. 
Kennedy,  William,  corner  Bleurj  and  Jute  streets. 


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M'Donald,  Alexander,  coinei  Lagauchctiere,  anJ  Ulcury  sts. 

Lindsay,  Ueorge,  Victoria  road,  near  tSl  Cdllicriue  street. 

Jiobb,  Claude,  49  St.  (Jeorge  street. 

Hol)iuson,  Allan,  10  lileury  i^lreet. 

Mmw,  Noah,  (labriel,  near  iS'a/.areth  street. 

bpiers,  William,  Wellinnlon  street,  in  rear  McthoJist  Chapel. 

Whitelaw,  John,  17  ^  19  Chenneville  street. 

White,  John,  15  Chenneville  street. 

CAHVEKS,  GILDERS,  AND  LOOKING  GL.^SS 
MANUFACTUKEKS. 

Collins,  Charles,  comer  IJIeury  and  Craig  streets. 
l-.awley,  William,  29  St.  Joseph  street. 
Teny,  A.,  &,  A., 206  Notre  Dame  street. 
Smith,  John,  121  St.  Paul  street.     Sje  Card. 

JOHN  SMITH, 

CARVER  AND  CILDSR, 

MONTREAL. 

Has  always  oii  hand  a  choice  supply  of  every  article  in  his  line  of  business. 


CtlAlK  MAKERS  AND  FURNITURE  DEALERS. 
Gales,  Edmund,  corner  M'Gill  and  St.  Joseph  street. 
Cirifliih,  John,  147  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card. 
Hodgkinson,  Levi,  23  St.  Lawrence  street. 

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MONTREAL. 

lias  now  on  hand  a  very  superior  stock  of  every  article  in 
the  above  line,  at  unusually  low  prices. 


_  ^.^\.  &  Co.,  9,  N„(,,  Oa„e  slreel. 

CHEMISTS   AND    DRUQQ.sts 

I-MrOUrERS  OF  PAINTERS-  COLOURS 
OILS  AND  DIE  sj„yj,g         "^«S- 


S-   J.  LYMAN  &  Co., 

CHEMISTS,   OBD&GISTXi  «»,« 

^*«:«»I^r  ^^^TRJ:.  DAME  STREET, 


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CHINA,  GLASS,  EARTHENWARE,  &c. 

Anderson,  Robert,  171  St.  Paul  street. 

Gleanon  &  Bramley,  148  St.  Paul  street.  * 

Harrison,  Richard, M^Gill  street,  opposite  St.  Ann's  Market. 

Levy,  Alexander,  11!)  Notre  Dame  street. 

Megill,  William,  128  St.  Paul  street. 

Smith,  H.  B.,  &  Co.,  188  St.  Paul  street. 

Sproston,  John,  182  St.  Paul  street.^ 

Wright,  E.  &  G.,  216  St.  Paul  street. 

CHOP  AND  COFFEE  HOUSES. 

Fraser,  Thomas,  i56  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card. 
Isaacson,  R.  P.,  (Dolly's  Chop  House,)  St.  Francois  Xavier 

street. 
Meyer,  H.,  (Temperance  Coffee  House,)  208  St.  Paul  street. 
Osborne,  Jos.  121  and  123  Commissioners  street.    See  Card. 

FEASER'S 

TEA  &  COFFEE  ROOMS, 

JVo.  156,  Jfotre  Dame  Street^ 

lMCOZrTB.BA&. 

The  Rooms  will  be  well  supplied  with  Newspapers  and  other 

Periodicals. 

JOSEPH  OSBORNE, 

LONDON  CHOP  AND  COFFEE  HOUSE, 

No8.  121  and  123  Commissioners  Street 
OPPOSITE   THE    HOUSE   OF    ASSEMBLY, 


N.  B. — Breakfasts,  Dinners,  Lunches,  Oysters,  &c.,  pre- 
pared on  the  shortest  notice,  CIGARS  of  the  best  quality 
always  on  band. 


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C  rVIL  KNGINEERS. 

A'hcrton,  Charles,  Lachine  Canal  OlRcc. 

Manuo)  &  Kicr/kowski,  40  Great  St.  James  street. 

\VeII?,  John,  47  I  ittle  St.  James  street. 

CI  GAR  DEPOT. 

Zaiofjzeck,  P.  L.,  20  fJrcat  St.  James  street, 

CIRCULATING  LIBRARY. 
Mackay,  R.  W.  S.,  115  Notre  Dame  Street. 

ittoutrcal  €ivailating  Cibrarji. 

Tho  Library  consisU  of  about  TWO  THOUSAND  FIVK 
IIUXDRKD  Volumes,  ombracinj;  ovtT  TJIIUTEKN  IIUX- 
II  UNDUE  I)  DIFFERENT  WORKS,  and  will  be  conbtaiUlj 
receiving  additions. 

TERMS  or  SinSCRIPTIOJC  : 


Per  Annum, £1     0  0 

Three  Months, 0    63 


Six  Months,.. .w..;0  11  .T 
One  Month, 0     2  0 


I'ayable  invariably  in  advance. 


COACH  AND  CARRIAGE  MAKERS. 

O'Kane,  Joseph,  Craig,  near  Bleury  street. 
O'Meara,  Michael,  Radigonde  street,  near  the  Haymarkct. 
Parsons,  Charles,  corner  William  and  Dalhousie  streets. 
Shrimpton,  Charles,  Craig,  near  Bleury  street.    See  Card. 
Thornton,  John,  FortiAcation  lane,  and  Craig  street.     See 

Card,  page  218. 
Thornton,  James,  5  Chenncville  street.   See  Card,  page  21 8. 

SHRIMPTON'S 

No.  124  Craig  Street,  near  Bleury  Street, 

The  Proprietor  of  this  Establishment  has  been  little  more 
than  five  years  in  buslncs?,  find  has  in  that  time  sold  more 
Carriages  than  an}^  other  Louse  in  the  province.  With  iii- 
creassd  reiourceSj  and  norsonal  energy  undiminished,  he 
hopes,  by  strict  attention  to  biisi'iess,  to  secure  a  continuation 
and  extension  of  public  patronage. 

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JOHN  THORNTON'S 

Fortification  Lane,  in  rear  of  the  Montreal  Bank, 


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SADDLXSRir  IXTARISBOUSE, 

MONTREAL. 


At  the  above  Establishments  is  constantly  on  hand  a  large  assortment  of 
Summer  and  'Wiutcr  Caukiaqes,  Harness,  Saddles,  Trunks,  Whips,  Horse 
Clothing,  Reus,  Mats,  and  Brushes,  and  every  other  article  in  the 
Carriage  and  Saddlery  line,  as  also  a  large  supply  of  best  materials  and 
workmen  to  meet  all  orders  with  promptness. 

Strict  attention  paid  to  tlicEepairs  and  Painting  of  Carriages, 

JAMES  THORNTON, 

iVo.5,  CHENSEVILLE,  NEAR  CHAIG  STREET, 

Has  now  on  hand  a  great  variety  of  superior  built  CARRIA- 
GES, of  every  description,  which  he  is  enabled  to  ofler 
at  unusually  low  prices. 
Carriages  Repaired,  Trimmed,  and  Painted  in  the  best 

manner  and   at  the  shortest  notice.     Gentlemen  requiring 

Carriages,  are  respectfully  invited  to  call  and  examine  his 

present  superior  Stock. 

COMB  MANUFACTURER  AND  IMPORTER  OF 
FANCY  GOODS. 

194  St.  Paul  street. 


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COMMISSION  MERCHANTS. 

Alison  &  Co.,  221  St.  Paul  street. 

Blackwood,  J.  M.,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Creelman,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  67  Commissioners  street. 

Darling,  William,  Commissione:s  street. 

Dinning  &  Senior,  i2  Lemoine  street. 

Dougall,  James,  &  Co.,  William,  opposite  Grey  Nun  street. 

Doyle,  A.,  corner  St.  Helen  and  Lemoine  streets. 


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Harrison  &  M^Tavish,  corner  St.  Nicholas  and  St.  Sacrament 

streets. 
Henderson  &  Hooker,  Common  street,  near  the  Canal  Wharf. 
Joseph,  H.,  &  Co.,  144  St.  Paul  street. 
Latham,  Richard,  28  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
M^Gili,  A.,  Gillespie's  buildings,  Commissioners  street. 
Muir,  A.,  jun.,  217  St.  Paul  street. 
Perkins,  R.  H.,  226  St.  Paul  street. 
Woodside,  Thos.,  Canal  Wharf,  Common  street. 

COMMISSION  AGENTS,  &c. 

Anderson,  Charles  E.,  14  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Bell,  Thos.,  9  St.  Nicholas  street.     See  Card. 

Bockus,  Chs.,  Exchange  Court,  St.  Paul  street. 

Clarke,  W.  R.,  Custom  House  square. 

Court,  James,  Commissioner  street,  facing  steamboat  wharf. 

Dickson,  Geo.  P.,  201  St.  Paul  street. 

Lett,  Thos.,  Commissioner  street,  opposite  steamboat  wharf. 

Macnamara,  W.  H.,  104  Notre  Dame  street. 

M^Kenzie,  W.  S.,  corner  Capital  street  and  Custom  House 

square. 
Seymour,  Chs.,  201  St.  Paul  street. 
Webster,  Joseph,  214  St.  Paul  street. 

THOMAS  BELL, 

Coutmisission  9cjmt,  Sltcountant,  $cu 

9  St.  Aicholas  Street, 


Debts  collected,  Tradcsmcns'  Books  kept,  and  Bankrupt  Estates 

adjusted. 

CONFECTIONERS. 

Alexander,  Charles,  M'Gill,  near  RecoUet  street. 
Crerar,  D.  W.,  139  Notre  Dame  street. 
Deverry,  Richard,  188  Notre  Dame  streec 
Deverry,  J.  L.,  1  St.  Mary  street. 


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Fitzpatrick,  J.,  197  Notre  Dame  street.     See  CarJ. 
Fletcher,  John,  9  St.  Lawrence  street.     See  Card. 
Keiller,  John,  127^  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card. 
Keiller,  David,  104  Notre  Dame  street. 
M<Conkey,  Samuel,  105  Notre  Dame  street. 
Mussen,  H.,  137  Notre  Dame  street. 

JAMES  FITZPATRICK, 


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OPrOSITE    THE   RECOLLET   CHURCH, 

iHontrcat, 

Keops  constantly  on  hand  a  choice  suppl}'  of  every  description  of 
CoN'FKcrroNAriY  and  1'ulseuves.  Families  and  parties  sup- 
plied on  the  most  moderate  terms. 

Every  article  furnished  by  J.  1\,  guaranteed  to  keep  well. 

JOHiN  FLETCHER, 
Coufcctioucr,  jFnuci>  iJfscuit  ilaUcr, 

AND   SOLE   arANUFACTUIiER  OP 

"FLETCHER'S  CLARiFiEO  ESSENCE  OF  HQREHOUND  AND  LIQUORICE GANDY," 
Xo.  9,  Main  Street,  St.  Lawrence  Suburbs, 


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JOHN  KEILLER, 

WIl]i©Il0§mIl(B  (D©imir(BOi!lfi®ia(iirp 

ADJOINING  THE  ENGLISH  CHURCH. 

1271,  J^^otre  Danne  Street ^  ^VioiitreuJ^ 

Manufactures  Candies  of  e\  ery  description  ;  Lozenges  and 
Comfits;  Lemon  Syrup;  Keilleu's  Improved  Ilorehound  Candy, 
f(jr  Colds  ;  &c.  &c. 

iV.  /?. — All  Goods  purchased  from  J.  K,  g,(arantccdtoliCcpwcIl. 


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COOPER  AND  PROVISION  PACKER. 

Gunn,  William,  corner  of  Grey  Nun  and  Common  streets. 

COPPER  SMITHS,  BRASS  FOUNDERS,  AND 

PLUMBERS. 

Hearle,  James,  Hospital,  near  Notre  Dame  street. 
Townsend,  Joseph,  Craig,  near  Bleury  street.    See  Card. 

JOSEPH  TOWNSEND, 

No,  119  Craig f  near  Bleury  Streety 

Is  constantly  prepared  to  execute  orders  in  every  department  of 
his  business  in  the  best  style  of  workmanship,  and  on  the  most 
reasonable  terms.  All  orders  attended  to  with  accuracy  and 
despatch. 


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DANCING  ACADEMIES. 

Adams,  A.  A.,  91  St.  Paul  street.    See  Card. 
Crerar,  John,  7  RecoUet  street. 

A.  A.  ADAMS, 

91    St.   Paul  Street, 
MONTREAL 


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Mr.  Adams  would  respectfully  intimate  that  ho  is  now  pre- 
pared to  give  instruction  in  this  polite  and  fashionable  accomplish- 
ment, to  schools,  families,  or  individuals.  The  terms,  which  are 
moderate,  can  be  ascertained  by  applying  to  Mr.  A.  as  above. 


DENTISTS. 

Bernard,  Dr.  104  Notre  Dame  street. 
Nichols,  J.  B,,  176  Notre  Dame  street. 

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Payn,  C.  H.,  IGO^  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card.  * 
Kose,  George,  G  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Scripture,  G.,  65  Craig  street.      See  Card. 
Spooner,  W.,  (M.  D.)  Ill  Craig  street.     See  Card. 

C.  H.  PAYN,  M.  D.y 

SURGEON  DEINTIST, 

ICO,  JVotre  Dame  Street, 


REFEKENCES ; 

Rev.  Dr.  Bothune.  I         A.  F.  Holmes,  M.  D. 

Rev.  C.  Strong.  |  S.  C.  Sewell,  M.  D. 

G.  SCRIPTURE, 

SURGEON   DENTIST, 

i\o.  65,  Craig  Street, 
NEAR  ST.   URBAIN   STREET, 

rerforms  every  operation  upon  tlie  Teeth,  in  a  manner  v.hicli 
cannot  fail  to  pive  the  most  c  omplete  satisfaction,  and  on  the 
most  reasonable  terms.  ' 

References  of  the  highest  respectability  can  be  given. 

W.  SPOONER,  M.  D., 

SURGEON    DENTIST, 

No.  Ill,  Cra'uj  Street, 
OrPOSITE   THE    RACKET    COURT, 

Frofcssional  services  porformcil  in  Mic  most  careful  and  fiiithful  manner' 
and  in  tlic  best  stylo  of  lou^  proi<.t,rtimi;il  cxiievience  aiid  sldll.  Teeth 
neatly  subtituted,  meeting  every  ijossiWc  variety  of  case. 

Fees  moderate— consiilorati'ju  exteiulLii  to  persona  with  limited  means. 
Servants  charged  half  ordinary  loo. 


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DRY  "GOODS  MERCHANTS,  (WHOLESALE.) 

Armour,  Robert,  &  Co.,  166  St.  Paul  street. 

Armour,  Whiteford,  &  Co.,  166  St.  Paul  street. 

Alison  &  Co.,  f^2l  St.  Paul  street. 

Auld,  John,  &  Co.,  197  St.  Paul  street. 

Biuucau,  Joan,  9,  St.  Joseph  street,  opposite  the  Cathedral. 

Conneli,  Jamos,  jun.,  6  Nuns'  Biiildings,  St.  Joseph  street. 

Cumming  &  Galbraith,  210  St.  Paul  street 

Cuthbertson,  James,  St.  Sacrament,  near  St.  Nicholas  st. 

Dick,  James,  &  Co.,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Ewing,  Alexander,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Foster,  Sibley,  &  Co.,  187  St.  Paul  street. 

Fraser  &  M'Kenzie,  Nuns'  Buildings,  St.  Joseph  street. 

Geddes,  Charles,  201  St.  Paul  street. 

Greenshields,  Samuel,  &  Co.,  151  St.  Paul  street. 

Kay,  John,  168  St.  Paul  street. 

Kerr,  William,  &  Co.,  201  St.  Paul  street,  in  rear. 

Laurie,  William,  St.  Joseph,  near  St.  Paul  street. 

Macintosh,  William,  164  St.  Paul  street. 

Macfarlane,  Walter,  183  St.  Paul  street. 

Mackay,  Joseph,  202  St.  Paul  street. 

Matchitt  &  Hill,  164  St.  Paul  street. 

Moodie,  W.,  18  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

Muir,  William,  jun.,  223  St.  Paul  street. 

Phillips,  Easton  &  Co.,  169  St.  Paul  street. 

Radenhurst,  Turnbull  &  Co.,  32  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

Rhodes,  Joseph,  211  St.  Paul  street. 

Roy,  J.  &  W.,  172  St.  Paul  street. 

Scott,  Tyre  &  Co.,  162  St.  Paul  street. 

Smith,  William,  &  Co.,  140  St.  Paul  street. 

Whitney,  H.  H.,  &  Co.,  178  St.  Paul  street. 

DRY  GOODS  MERCHANTS. 

Arthur,  Sutherland  &  Co.,  174  NotreDame  street. 
Beaudry,  J.  L.,  &  Co.,  SO  and  82  Notre  Dame  street. 
Beaudry  &  Brother,  130  Notre  Dame  street. 
Beaudry,  S.  S.,  134  Notre  Dame  street. 
Bernard,  F.  R.,  140  Notre  Dame  street. 


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Boudreau,  S.  S.,  134  Notre  Dame  street. 

Brault,  A.,  &  Co.,  78  Notre  Dame  street. 

Burroughs,  M.  A.  &  A.,  &  Co.,  144  St.  Paul  street. 

Campbell,  Robert,  145  Notre  Dame  street,  corner  Place 
d'Armes. 

Council,  Jamps,  &  Son,  183  Noire  Dame  street. 

Coonell,  James,  &  Co.,  130  Notre  Dame  street. 

Dunnet,  J.,  136  Notre  Dame  street. 

Dunnet,  G.,  25  St.  Mary  street. 

Galarneau  &  Roy,  13S  Notre  Dame  street. 

Gibson,  John,  154  Notre  Dame  street. 

Gillespie,  P.,  141  Notre  Dame  street. 

Harkin  &  Badeaux,  140  Notre  Dame  street. 

Harkin,  H.,  118  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hamilton,  Alexander,  143  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hinchliff,  Joseph,  170  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hodges,  C,  174  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page  225. 

Jodoin,  Pierre,  86  and  104  St.  Paul  street. 

Jordon,  John,  172  St.  Paul  and  172  Notre  Dame  street. 

Jordon,  James,  154  St.  Paul  street. 

Laurie,  A.,  &  Co.,  2  Place  d'Armes. 

Lefevre,  Mark,  l4l  and  145  St.  Paul  street. 

Lionais,  H.,  86  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  page  225. 

Mackay,  John  M.,  203  Notre  Dame  street. 

Mackay  &  Skelton,  162  Notre  Dame  street. 

Martin  &  Lebaire,  i75  St.  Paul  street. 

Martelle,  N.,  122  Notre  Dame  street. 

Murphy,  P.,  M*Gill  street,  opposite  House  of  Assembly.  See 

Card,  page  225, 
Murphy,  A.,  183  Notre  Dame  street. 
Mussen,  Thomas,  119  Notre  Dame  street. 
Milligan,  S.  &  D.,  158  Notre  Dame  street. 
M'lntyre,  D.,  172  Notre  Dame  siieot. 
Perry,  John,  42  M«Giil  street. 
Reid,  J.  M.,  101  j  Notre  Dame  street. 
Richmond,  W.  H.,  232  St.  Paul  street.    See  Card  page  22J. 
Senecal,  D.,  1261  Notre  Dame  street. 


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Stephen,  Willam,  48  M<Gill  street. 

Thompson,  Edward,  1  Place  d'Armes,  east  side. 

Waddell,  Smith  &  Co.,  corner  JSotre  Dame  and  St.  Helen 

streets. 
Watkins,  R.,  9  Great  St.  James  street. 

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No.   174,    NOTRE    DAME    STREET, 

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CASSIMERES,  CLOTHS,  &c. 

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DRY  GOODS  &  CLOTHING  STORE, 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

JSrGill  Street,  opposite  the  House  of  Assembly, 

Has  now  on  hand  a  very  superior  stock  of  every  article  in  tlio 
above  line  of  busmess,  which  ho  is  enabled  to  offer  at  unusually 
low  prices.  Citizens  or  strangers  in  want  of  such  goods  are  res- 
pectfully requested  to  call  and  examine  for  themselves. 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

No.    232,    ST.    PAUL    STREET, 

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Keeps  constantly  on  hand  a  superior  assortment  of  every  article 
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DYERS  &  SCOURERS  OF  SILKS  &  WOOLLENS. 

Bethune,  H.  K.,  49  Craig  street.     See  Card. 
Horner,  Joseph,  184  Notre  Dame  street. 

H.  K.  BETHUNE, 

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SILKS   AND   WOOLLENS, 

No,  49  Craig  Street,  Montreal. 

Cleanses  and  Renovates  every  description  of  Wearing  Ap- 
parel in  a  superior  manner. 

Silks  and  Ribbons  Dyed  of  every  Colour,  in  a  beautiful  style. 

EXCHANGE  AND  MONEY  BROKER. 

Smith,  L  G.,  St.  Francois  Xavier,  near  St.  Paul  street.    See 
Card. 

No,  39  St,  Frangois  Xavier  Street, 

(NEXT    MESSRS.    JOHN    HOLLAND    &   Co.) 

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All^kinds  of  Gold  and  Uncurrent  Money  Bought  and  Sold,  &c. 

ENGRAVERS  AND  LITHOGRAPHERS. 

Bourne,  Adolphus,  142  Notre  Dame  street. 

Mathews,  George,  12  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

Savage  &.  Son,  corner  Notre  Dame  and  St.  Gabriel  streets. 

FANCY  STORES. 

Graham  &  Matthewson,  156  Notre  Dame  street. 
Sharpley,  R.,  131  Notre  Dame  street. 

FANCY  SOAP  MANUFACTURER. 
Crummenauer,  N.  D.,  College  street.    See  Card,  page  227. 


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MANUFACTURES  OF  TOILET  SO%PS| 

IN   EVERY   VAHIETT, 

College  Street,  near  St.  Ilennj  Street, 

N.  B. — City  nncl  Country  ^NFerchants  supplied  with  a  very  su- 
perior article  of  FANCY  SOAP  on  the  most  reasonable  terms. 

FORWARDING  MERCHANTS. 

Ferguson,  Alex.,  (Agent  of  Quebec  Forwarding  Company,) 

corner  of  Common  and  Prince  streets. 
Henderson, Hooker  &  Co.,  Common  street,  near  Canal  Wharf. 
Jones,  H.,  &  Co.,  Common,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
Macpherson,  Crane  &  Co.,  Common,  near  Dalhousie  street. 
Murray  &  {Sanderson,  Common,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Ross,  Matthie  &  Co.,  Common,  near  Nazareth  street. 
Smith,  George,  corner  George  and  Common  streets. 
Woodside,  Thomas,  Common  street,  near  Canal  Wharf. 

FOUNDRIES. 

Bonner,  S.  B.,  Bleury,  near  Great  St.  James  street. 

Kerr,  William,  Prince,  near  Wellington  street. 

Molson,  John,  St.  Mary's  Foundry,  St.  Mary  street,  near 

Queen  square. 
Ward,  Brush  &  Co.,  Eagle  Foundry,  King,  near  Common  st. 

GENERAL  MERCHANTS. 
Alison  &  Co.,  221  St.  Paul  street. 

Atkinson  &  Co.,  St.  Sacrament,  near  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  st. 
Badgley,  John  T.,  Lemoine  street. 
Bagg  &.  Campbell,  Exchange  Court,  St.  Paul  street. 
Blackader,  Wilkes  &  Co,,  221  St.  Paul  street. 
Bonacina,  Lewis,  Hay  Market  square. 
Bostwick,  O.,  William,  near  King  street. 
Bristov/,  Wm.,  59  Commissioner  street. 
Buck,  M.,  Wellington,  corner  Queen  street. 
Coyle  &  Sculthrop,  59  Commissioner  street. 
Cunningham  8c  Way,  St.  Joseph,  near  St.  Paul  street. 


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Dougallj  Rcdpath  &  Co.^  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Commis- 
(iioner  street. 

Dougall,  James,  fy  Co.,  William,  opposite  Grey  Nan  street. 

Douglas,  William,  69  Commissioner  street. 

Dunscomb,  J.  W.,  51  Great  St.  James  street. 

Ferrie,  Adam,  at  J.  D.  Watson's,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Forsyth,  Richardson  ^'  Co.,  12,  14, 16  and  18  St.  Gabriel  it. 

Froste,  R.,  &  Co.,  3  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Froste  &  Harrison,  59  Commissioner  street. 

Gillespie,  Moflatt  &  Co.,  131  St.  Paul  street. 

Gilmour  &  Co.,  9  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Heath,  James  G.,  &  Co.,  City  IJank  buildings,  St.  Paul  st. 

Irvine,  John,  &  Co.,  corner  Place  d'Arraes  and  Notre  Dame 
street. 

Kay,  Thomas,  81  Common,  near  Port  street. 

Knapp  &,  Noad,  33  St.  Peter  street. 

Leeming,  Joseph,  10  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Lemesurier,  Routh  &  Co.,  35  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  street. 

Leslie,  James,  &  Co.,  190  Notrre  Dame  street. 

Logan,  Cringan  &  Co.,  corner  St.  John  and  St.  Sacrament 

streets,  and  Common  street,  Point  d  Callicre. 
Mack,  D,  &  J.  25  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Maitlands,  Tylee  &  Co.  corner  St.  Francois  Xavier  and  Hos- 
pital streets. 
Mathewson  &  Sinclair,  183  St.  Paul  street. 
M^Gill,  P.,  160  St.  Paul  street. 

M^Kenzie,  J.  G.,  &  Co.,  St.  Joseph,  near  St.  Paul  street. 
Millar,  Edraonston  &  Allan,  corner  St.  Francois  Xavier  st., 

and  Fortification  lane. 
Miltleberger,  C,  St.  Helen  street. 
Moore,  Urc  &  Co.,  St.  Sacrament  street. 
Orr,  James  R.,  corner  St.  Peter  and  Lemoine  streets. 
Pratt,  John,  &  Co.,  173  St.  Paul  street. 
Radenhurst,  Turnbull  &  Co.,  32  St.  Francois  Xaxier  street. 
Robertson,  Masson  &  Co.,  124  Notre  Dame  street. 
Russell,  Hector,  191  St.  Paul  street. 

Ryan,  Clu'^rinaa  £:  Co.,  Gillespie's  Buildings,  Common  street. 
ShaWi  AndrevT,  corner  Cu'.lierc  ana  Comraissouer  streets. 


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Smith,  John,  7  Lemoine  street. 

♦Stephens,  Young  &  Co  ,  corner  William  and  Grey  Nun  sts. 

Thompson,  T.  M.,  225  St.  Paul  street. 

Tobin  &  Murison,  Lemoine  street. 

Torrance,  John,  &  Co.,  198  St.  Paul  str'^et. 

Whitehead,  W.  T.,  St.  Eloi,near  St.  Paul  street. 

GINGER  AND  ROOT  BEER  BREWERS. 

Flynn,  James,  Craiij  street.    See  Card. 
Morrel,  Nathaniel,  68  Bonaventure  street. 
Scott,  John,  Dorchester,  near  Bleury  street. 

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N.  B. — Hotels  and  Private  Families,  supplied  at  low  prices  and 
on  the  shortest  notice. 


GOLD  BEATERS. 
Garratt,  James,  37^  M'Gill  street.    See  Card. 

JAMES     GARRATT, 

iMamifactuuer  of  (BoXb  anli  Mlhtv  £eaf, 

GOLD  AND  SILVER  POWDER, 

DEMTISTS'  GOLD  FOIL,  TIN  FOIL,  COPPER  BRONZE, 

Of  every  description,  warranted  superior  to,  and  cheaper  than  any 
imported.  Dealers  and  Consumers  will  find  it  to  their  advantage 
to  call  before  purchasing  elsewhere.  A  constant  supply  always 
on  hand  by  the  Manufacturer,  at  No.  37^,  M'GILL  STREET, 
Montreal.    Country  orders  supplied  at  a  minute's  notice. 

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GROCERS,  (WHOLESALE.) 

Cashing,  Job,  St.  Nicholas,  near  St.  Paul  street. 

Forsyth,  Richardson  &  Co.,  12,  14,  16  and  18  St.  Gabriel  st. 

Gillespie,  Moffat  &  Co.,  134  St.  Paul  street. 

Leslie,  James,  &  Co.,  190  Notre  Dame  street. 

Macintosh  &  Co.,  164  St.  Paul  street. 

M<GilI,  Peter,  160  St.  Paul  street. 

GROCERS. 

Addy,  William,  52  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Benson,  H.,  &  Co.,  178  Notre  Dame  street. 

Bryson,  Thomas  M.,  corner  of  St.  Joseph  and  Coiborne  sts. 

Janes,  D.  P.,  239  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card. 

Nickless,  Joseph,  116  Notre  Dame  street. 

Matthewson,  S.  &  Son,  44  M<Gill  street. 

H.  BENSON  &  CO., 

COFFEE    ROASTERS, 

iMPORi'ERs  a:<d  dealers  in 

€tn.  Coffee,  anH  ^pice, 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

Sign  of  the  Golden  Cannister,  178  ydtre  Dame  Street, 

iMontreaU 

DWIGHT  P.  JANES, 

DRY  GROCER  &  FLOUR  MERCHANT, 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

No.  239  St.  Paul  Street,  Corner  of  M*  Gill  Street, 

GROCERS,  WINE,  AND  SPIRIT  DEALERS. 

Bates,  John,  corner  St.  Lawrence  and  Dorchester  streets. 
Boon,  William,  Wellington,  near  George  street. 
Buxton,  J.,  corner  St.  Paul  street  and  New  Market. 


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Carter  &  Cowan,  206  St.  Paul  street. 

Cowan,  Andrew,  &  Co.,  corner  M^GiU  and  St.  Maurice  sts. 

Craig,  John,  corner  St.  Lawrence  and  Vitre  streets. 

Dunn,  Peter,  186  Notre  Dame  street. 

Dicljinson,W.,  &  Co.,  23  St.  Mary  street.  See  Card,  p.  232. 

Farquhar,  William,  101  Notre  Dame  street. 

Footner,  William,  108  Notre  Dame  street. 

Foster,  James,  136  Notre  Dame  street,  in  rear. 

Ford,  James,  corner  Kadigonde  and  Craig  streets. 

Goodwin,  Thomas,  98  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Gault,  M.  H.,  corner  Wellington  and  Prince  streets. 

Goudie,  James  K.,  31  M^Gill  street. 

Howell,  Edward,  i72  St.  Paul  and  4  M^Gill  street. 

Hutchison,  J.,  58  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hutchinson,  John,  60  Bleury  street. 

Johnson,  George  N.,  92  Bonaventure  street. 

Kemp,  John,  74  St.  Paul  street. 

Kirkup,  Robert,  Fabrique  street. 

Kingan  &  Kinioch,  226  St.  Paul  street. 

Kurczyn,  N.  J.  W.,  78  Notre  Dame  street. 

Kennedy,  A.,  10  St.  Joseph  street. 

Leblanc,  J.  C,  107  St.  Paul  street. 

M*Arthur,  A.,  corner  Wellington  and  Nazareth  streets. 

M'Mahon,  Peter,  corner  St.  Paul  and  St.  Claudius  streets. 

Macfarlane,  James,  88  Notre  Dame  street. 

Macfarlane,  W.  S.,  corner  Notre  Dame  and  St.  Francois 

Xavier  streets. 
Mackay,  David  &  Co.,  6  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Mahony  &  Fitzpatrick,  M^Gill,  corner  of  William  street. 
Masson,  D.,  corner  of  St.  Joseph  and  M^Gill  streets. 
Minshall,  Mrs.  J.,  102  St.  Mary  street. 
Nasmith,  Thomas,  55  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Paramore,  E.,  51  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page  232. 
Peoples,  G.  H.,  115  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Price,  S.,  Commissoners  street,  opposite  House  of  Assembly. 
Ryan,  Maurice,  corner  Wolfe  and  Dorchester  streets. 
Smith,  C,  6  St.  Mary  street. 
St.  Jean,  F.,  &  Co.,  91  St.  Paul  street. 


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Taaffe,  J.  II.,  128  Notre  Dame  street. 

Telfer,  Wm.,  117  Notre  Dame  street. 

Tiffin,  Geo.,  93  St.  Paul  street. 

Tiffin,  Joseph,  71  and  76  St.  Paul  street. 

Walsh,  A.,  4  St.  Antoine  street. 

White,  J.  J.,  corner  St.  Lawrence  and  St.  Catherine  streets. 

Woodhousp,  Joshu?,  47  Notre  Dame  street. 

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MJ^UST  SIPEilSIEl',  @IIISI31E0  SILEWIEiBtS,  Efil^KSflSE^ILo 

Fine  Java  CofftJP,  roasted  and  ground  on  the  premises 

three  times  a  week,  at lOd.  perpound. 

Common  Young  llysou  Tea,  at Id.  per  ounce. 

Best  "  "         "        Ud.    » 

Common  Twankay  "        Is.  perpound. 

liest  Imported  Twankay  "        2s.  8d.     " 

Pouchong,  Finest,  "        2s.  6d.     " 

Liverpool  Soap,  hest  quality,  at , .,...  3id.         " 

Aad  every  oilier  artiele  in  tlie  line  equahy  chiap  anu  gootl. 
Families  will  save  at  least  20  per  cent,  hypurcliasing  at  this  Establishment. 

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No.  51  Notre  Dame  Street, 


GUN  SMITHS. 

Hall,  Joseph,  N.,  106  Notre  Dame  street. 

Hall,  Richard,  M<Gill  street. 

Hall,  W.,  51  Notre  Dame  street.  See  Card,  page  233, 


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ADJOINING    THE    COMMISSARIAT    OFFICE, 

Has  always  on  hand  a  superior  stock  of  GUNS,  RIFLES,  PISTOLS, 
FOWLING  APPOINTMENTS,  &c.  &c. 

N.  B.— Repairs  executed  in  a  superior  manner.  Bell  Hanging  promptly 
attended  to. 

HAIR  DRESSERS,  WIG  AND  CURL  MAKERS. 

Brown,  W.  W.,  corner  St.  Peter  and  St.  Paul  streets. 
Ennis,  John  H.,  M<Gill,  near  Recollect  street. 
Macrow,  J.,  &  Co  ,  164  Notre  Dame  street. 
Smith,  James,  125  Notre  Dame  street. 

HARDWARE  MERCHANTS. 

Barrett  &  Hagar,  109  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page  234. 

Barnard,  John,  147  St.  Paul  street. 

Brewster,  Benjamin,  &  Co,  177  and  179  St.  Paul  street. 

Brev/ster,  W.  &  C,  184  St,  Paul  street. 

Bryson  &  Ferriers,  181  i  St.  Paul  street.   See  Card,  page  234. 

Frothingham  &  Workman,  165  St.  Paul  street. 

Fox,  James,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Francis,  B.  &  Co.,  134  Notre  Dame  street.   See  Card,  p.  234. 

Hagar,  George,  111  St.  Paul  street. 

Haldimand,  Lewis,  102  St.  Paul  street. 

Hall,  J.  N.,  106  Noire  Dame  street.     See  Card,  page  235. 

Hedge,  Samuel,  194  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page  235. 

Hutlon,  James,  (Agent  for  Marshes  &  Sheppard,  Sheffiehl) 

190  St.  Paul  street. 
Keller,  John,  105  St.  Paul  street. 

Murphy,  P.  S.,  103  St,  Paul  street.     Sec  Card,  page  235. 
Pounden,  J.  W.,  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Rodden,  William,  191  St.  Paul  street.     Soe  Card,  page  235. 
Scott,  Shaw  &  Co.,  199  St.  Paul  street.  See  Card,  page  23<). 

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White,  M.,  &  Co.,  228  St.  Paul  street.  See  Card,  page  236. 


BARRETT  &  HAGAR, 


WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

JVo.  109  St.  Paul  Street,  sign  of  the  Golden  Bellows^ 

DEALERS  IN 

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MANUFACTURERS  OF 

CUT  NAILS,  STOVES,  &c.  &c. 


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HARDWARE  MERCHANTS, 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

A'O.    18U    SAINT    PAUL    STREET, 

BENJAMIN  FRANCIS  8o  Co. 

IMPORTERS  OP 

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SIGN  OF  THE  ANVIL, 

No.  134  Notre  Dame  Street,  Montreal. 


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JOSEPH  N.  HALL, 

SHELF  GOODS  AND  GENERAL  HARDWARE, 

SIGN  OF   THE   HALL  DOOR  LOCK. 

t/V^0.  106  JVotre  l^ame  Streets, 

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A  Choice  assortment  of  Guns,  Pistols,  Fowling  Appointments,  and  Fish- 
ing Tackle  of  a  superior  qu  ility,  kept  constantly  on  hand. 

SAMUEL  HEDGE, 

NO.  194  SAINT  PAUL  STREET, 


A   SUPERIOR  ASSORTMENT  OF 

COOKING  AND  OTHER  STOVES,  AXES, 

&c.  &c.  &c. 

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No.  103,  St.  Paul  Street, 
CORNER   OF    ST.    GABRIEL   STREET, 

WILLIAM  RODDEN, 


IMPORTER  OF 


AND  EXTENSIVE  DEALER  IN 

PLAIN  AND  FANCY  STOVES, 

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HEAVY  ENGINE  MOULDS  AND  USES, 

WHOLESALE  &  RETAIL, 
JVo.  199,  Saint  Paul  Street,  Montreal. 

WILLIAM  WARREN, 

Corner  of  JW  Gill  and  Hecoilet  gtreet§f 

KEEPS  ALWAYS  ON 

Superior  Cutlery,  Surgical  Instruments,  Britannia  Metal  Ware, 
German  Silver  Plate,  Carpenters'  Tools,  Harness  Mounting, 
Cast  Steel  Files,  and  a  general  assortment  of  IMPROVED 
BLOCK  TRUSSES,  HOUSE-PURNISHING  HARD- 
WARE, &c.  &c.,  which  he  will  dispose  of,  Wholesale  and 
Retail,  on  the  lowest  terms. 

HATTERS  AND  FUKRIERS. 

Ashton,  Geo.,  &  Co.,  Place  d'Armes,  corner  Great  St.  James 

street.    See  Card,  pnge  237. 
Ashton,  J.  p.,  80  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Bazinet,  Antoine,  128  Bleiiry  street.    See  Card,  page  237. 
Gettess,  William,  117  St.  Paul  street.    See  Card,  page  237. 
Greene,  Thompson  &  Co.,  159  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card, 

page  238. 
Hales  &  M'Dowall,  233  St.  Paul  Street.     See  Card,  p.  238. 
Hayes  &  Hauck,  96  and  111  Notre  Dame  Street. 
Henderson,  Brothers  &  Co.,  94  Notre  Dame  street. 
Mead,  C.  H.  &t  Co.,  corner  Notre  Dame  and  St.  Gabriel  sts. 
Meyer,  H.,  102  Notre  Dame  Street. 
Noxon  &  Co.,  104  Notre  Dame  Street.    See  Card,  page  238. 
Seymour,  H.,  195  St.  Paul  street. 
Waine,  T.  D.,  97  St.  Paul  street. 


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GEORGE  ASHTON  &  Co. 


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WHOLESALE  AKD  RETAIL, 


Place  (TArmes,  corner  of  Great  St.  James  Street^ 

ANTOINE    BAZINET, 
rVRRIER, 


All  kinds  of  FURS  Dressed,  Cleaned,  Coloured,  Repaired,  and 
altered  to  the  present  Fashions,  in  a  superior  manner,  and  at  the 
shortest  notice. 


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GREENE,  THOMPSON  &  Co. 

HAVE  CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND,  AND  FOR  SALE  AT  THEIR  STORE, 

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NEARLY    OPPOSITE    THE    CUSTOM    HOUSE, 

A  general  assortment  of  Fur  Caps,  Hats,  Bonnets,  Muffs,  Tippets,  Pelc< 

reens.  Boas,  Gloves,  Stocks,  Indian  Curiosities,  &c.  &c. 

AT  REDUCED  PRICES, 

WOBTHY  THE  ATTENTION  OF   MERCHANTS  AND  TRADERS  IN  GENERAL. 


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HALES  &  M'DOWALL, 

HAT,  CAP  &  FUR  STORE, 

233  St,  Paul  Street, 

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All  kinds  of  Fur  Skins,  Bought  and  Sold. 

E.  NOXON  &  CO., 

NO.  104  NOTRE  DAME  STREET, 
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IMPORTERS  AND  MANUFACTURERS  OF  HATS,  ^URS,  &o. 


Military  Caps  and  Chacoes  made  to  order,  and  on  the 
shortest  notice ;  Hats,  Fur  and  Cloth  Caps,  made  to  any 
shape ;  also,  Dressed,  Repaired,  and  altered  to  the  present 
Fashions. 


Highest  ?riee  paid  for  all  kinds  of  Furs. 

HOTELS  AND  INNS. 

Adelphi  Hotel,  W.  R.  Orr,  Place  d'Armes.  See  Card,  p.  239. 
Arcade  Hotel,  (J.  Hart,)  fionsecours,  near  Notre  Dame  st. 
Belfast  Hotel,  (Mrs.  English,)  corner  St.  Joseph  and  Com- 
missioners streets. 
Caledonia  Hotel,  (A.  M^Hardy,)  234  St.  Paul  street. 


239 

City  Hotel,  (M.  O^Neil,)  corner  St.  Paul  and  St.  Joseph  sts. 
Commercial  Hotel,  J.  &  H.  N.  Chamberlin,  St.  Paul  street, 

opposite  the  Custom  House.     See  Card,  page  240. 
Eagle  Hotel,  (Francis  Duclos,)  M<Gill  street. 
Exchange  Coffee  House,  (M.  J.  Doolittle,)  Exchange  Court, 

St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page  240. 
Feller's  Hotel,  (E.  Fellers,)  23i  St.  Paul  street. 
Gould's  Hotel,  (C.  C.  P.  Gould,)  College  street.    See  Card, 

page  240. 
Grant's  Hotel,  (John  Grant,)  St.  Henry  street. 
Hondlow's  Hotel,  (S.  Hondlow,)  corner     <Gill  and  Lemoine 

streets. 
King's  Arms  Inn,  (John  Mack,)  St.  Charles  street,  New 

Market. 
London  Coffee  House,  (H  Lux  &  Co.,)  19  St.  Vincent  street. 
London  Chop  House,  (J.  Osborne,)   12l  and  i23  Commis- 
sioner street.     See  Card,  paga  216. 
Orr's  Hotel,  (John  Orr,)  90  Notre  Dame  street. 
Ottawa  Hotel,  (George  Hall,)  M«Gill  street, 
Quuen's  Arms  Inn,  (W.  M' Donald,)  Fabrique  streett.    See 

Card,  page  240. 
Kasco's  Hotel,  (J.  M.  Donegani,)  65  St.  Paul  street. 
Rialto,  (P.  Farquhar,)  49  Notre  Dame  street.  See  Card,  p.  240 
Serafino's  Hotel,  (Serafino  Giraldi,)  Fabrique  street,  New 

Market. 
Swords'  Hotel,  (P.  Swords,)  2  St.  Vincent  street. 
Tetu's  Hotel,  (J.  L.  Tetu,)  Great  St.  James  street.  See  Card, 

page  241. 
Victoria  Hotel,  (T.  L.  Rutherford,)  10  Place  d'Armes. 


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WILLIAM   R.   ORR, 

(£«a«e  of  the  City  MToiel,) 

FLACE  D'ABMES,  COBNER  OP  LITTLE   ST.  JAMES   STREET, 

MontrtnX, 

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OPPOSITE  THE  CUSTOM-HOUSE,  ST.  PAUL  STREET, 


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M.  J.  DOOLITTLE, 

EXCHANGE  COFFEE  HOUSE. 

Exchange  Courts  St.  Paul  Strcety 

07]©Ki¥[KJ[l^[Lo 

FORMERLY  KEPT  BY  A.  GOODENOUGH. 

GOULD'S  HOTEL, 

College  Street, 

IN  THE  PREMISES  POMEKLY  KNOWN  AS 

'211111  MIii:^SlL®Sr   HKSW^Hi) 

MONTREAL, 

C.C.  P.  GOULD. 

RIALTO, 

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Mr.  FARawHAn,  having  recently  opened  the  above  house,  would  respect- 
fully intimate  that  he  is  now  prepared  to  accommodate  a  few  select  board- 
ers in  a  style  at  once  comfortable  and  elegant.  His  Bar  is  stocked  with  the 
best  quahties  of  Wines  and  Liquors,  and  Cigars  of  the  most  approved 
brands,  are  kept  constantly  on  hand. 


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WILLIAM  MACDONALD, 

Fahrique  Street,  New  Market, 

N.  B.— The  Bar  is  constantly  supplied  with  the  best  of  Wines, 
Ales,  Liquors  and  Cigars. 


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J.     L.    T  E  T  U'S 

MONTREAL. 


Uaving  leased  the  above  very  eligible  premises,  J.  L.  T.  is  now 
prepared  to  accommodate  visitors  or  permaftent  boarders  in  a  stylo 
of  elegance  and  comfort  unsurpassed  in  this  city. 


HOUSE  FURNISHING  WAREHOUSE. 

Nelson  &  Butters,  M'Gill  street.     See  Card. 

NELSON  &  BUTTERS, 

BROOMS,  FRICTION  MATCHES,  PALM  LEAF  HATS,  CLOCKS,  SIEVES,  AC. 

24  M'Gill  Street, 


An  extensive  assortment  of  the  above,  and  a  great  variety  of 
House  FuBNisitiKG  Auticles  constantly  for  sale  at  very  low- 
prices. 

HYDROMETER  MANUFACTURER. 
Adams,  James.    See  Card. 

AND 

8  ACCB  A-ROMBTEILS, 

Recollect  Street,   near  M^Gill   Street, 
MONTREAL. 


Plating  and  Gilding  by  the  Electrotype  Pfocesi. 

INK  AND  BLACKING  MANUFACTURER. 
Hardisty,  H.  E.,  corner  of  Great  Great  St.  James  and  MKxiU 
streets.    See  Card,  page  242. 

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GREAT  ST.  JAMES  AND  M'GILL  STREETS,  JdONTBBAL. 


II.\.RDISTRT  is  now  proparotl  to  furnish  to  order  any  quantity 
of  his  superior  BLACKING  and  INK,  which  he  warrants  equal 
to  any  article  of  the  kind  ever  offered  in  Canada.  City  and 
Country  dealers  are  respectfully  invited  to  call  and  examine. 


JEWELLERS  AND   WATCHMAKERS. 

Hethell  &  McQuillan,  176  Notre  Dame  street. 

BIyth,  R.  H.,  208  St.  Paul  street. 

Roivin,  L.  P.,  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card. 

Dwight  &  Son,  151  Notre  Dame  street. 

Maysonholder,  D.,  (working  jeweller,)  corner  St.  Lawrence 

and  Vitro  streets. 
Savage,  George,  &  Son,  corner  Notre  Dame  and  St.  Gabriel 

streets.     Sec  Engraved  Card. 
Smtllie,  D.,  working  jeweller,  184  Motre  Dame  street. 
Townsend,  W.  A.,  144  Notre  Dame  st.  See  Engraved  Card. 
Wood,  John,  l30  St.  Paul  street. 

L.    P.    BOIVIN, 
JEWELLER    AND    CLOCK-MAKER. 

St,  Paul  Street,  Foot  of  New  Market^ 
MOZTTREAZi. 

ttcpairs  all  description  of  French  and  English 

&c.  &c.  &c. 

He  has  constantly  on  hand  an  assortment  of  WATCHES  warranted  of 

the  first  quality. 

FANCY  JEWELLERY  OF  THE  MOST  MODERN  STYLE. 

L.  P.  B.  Having  Commercial  Agents  at  Paris  and  London,  will  always  be 
found  with  a  select  assortment  of  the  above  articles. 

LARD  OIL  AND  CANDLE  MANUFACTURER, 
J\>hn  Mathewson.    See  card,  page  243. 


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LEATHER  MERCHANTS  AND  TANNERS. 

Clark  &  Co.,  Custom  House  square. 

Davis,  Nelson,  St.  Lawrence,  near  Sherbrooke  street. 

Field,  Edward,  14  M<Gili  street. 

Gait,  Andrew,  51  Bonaventure  street. 

Pratt,  John,  173  St.  Paul  street. 

Smyth,  VVm.,  &  Co.,  M<GilI  street.     See  Card, 

Sykes,  S.  F.,  corner  William  and  Anne  streets.  ' 

Watson,  John,  Commissioaer  street,  opposite  House  of  As- 
sembly. 

.Wheeler,  Geo.  H.,  corner  Custoai  House  square  and  Capital 
street. 

White,  Thos.,  St.  Paul  street,  corner  Custom  House  square. 

Willet,  Asa,  l53  St.  Paul  street. 

WILLIAM  SMYTH  &  Co. 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL  DEALERS  IN 

LEATHER,  BOOTS,  SHOES. 


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JIf « Gill  Street,  next  door  to  Messrs,  A,  Cowan  Si'  Co* 

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LIVERY  STABLES. 

Risk,  Henry,  Recollect  street. 

Robinb-on,  Wm.,  22  St*  Jean  Bapiiste  street. 

Tate,  Mrs.,  Great  St,,James  street. 

LOOKINGGLASS  MANUFACTURERS,  CARVERS 

AND  GILDERS, 
Lawley,  Wm.,  29  St.  Joseph  street. 
Perry,  A  &  A.,  208  Noire  Dame  street.     See  Card 
Smith,  John,  l2l  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page 

A.  &  A.  PERRY, 

OF  EVERY  DESCRIPTION, 

PICTURE  FRAMES  &C.  &C. 

208  J^otrc  Dame  Street, 


Orders  for  Framing  Pictures,  &c.  attended  to  with  despatch, 
and  on  the  most  reasonable  terms. 


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LUMBER  MERCHANTS. 

Johnson,  Joseph,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Craig  street. 
Sims  &   Coleman,    St.  Paul  street^  adjoining  fionsecours 
Church.   See  Card,  page 


SIMS  &  COLEMAN, 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

Office  adjoining  Bonsecours  Churchy 

MONTREAL. 

Constantly  on  hand.  Mahogany,  Rosewood,  and  Black  Walnut 
Planks,  Boards,  and  Veneers,  and  a  general  assortment  of  the 
various  kinds  of  Wood  in  general  use.  Also — Superior  Turned 
Bed  Posts,  Table  Legs,  &c. 

MACHINIST  AND   PRlNTINa  PRESS   MANUFAC- 
TURER. 
Walker,  J.  N.,  173,  Notre  Dame  Street.    See  Card. 

J.  N.  WALKER, 

No.  173,  NOTRE  DAME  STREET,  MONTREAL, 

MAIfUFACniREB  AMD  REPAIRS  EVERY  DESCRIPTION  OF 

MAM  (;fa,ctcres  aI'I'  sizes  of 

PRINTING  PRESSES,  OF  THE  MOST  APPROVED  MODELS, 

With  Furniture  for  Ditto ; 

And  has  certificates  ftrom  the  principal  Printers  in  the  Province 
of  the  good  qualities  of  those  heretofore  sold  by  him.  He  is 
also  the  only  maker  in  Canada  of  Tin  Smith's  Machines,  as 
made  by  Peek  &  Co.  Carriage  Axles  of  all  sizes  and  pat- 
terns,  and  Machines  of  every  description,  made  to  order  and  at 
short  notice. 

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Adams,  Wm.,  149  Notre  Dame  street. 
Boulanget,  J.  C,  112  St.  Paul  street. 
Cassidy,  John,  185  Notre  Dame  street. 

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Chevalier,  R.  C-,  1  St.  Vincent  street.    See  Card. 

Conlan,  Andrew,  26  St.  Francis  Xavier  street. 

Cotterrel,  D.  &  Co.,  17  M'Gill  street. 

Craggs,  FranciS;  i89  Notre  Dame  street. 

Decouse,  P.  fi..  Place  d'Armes,  corner  of  Little  St.  James  st. 

See  Card. 
Ewan,  Wm.,  jun.,  1  St.  Joseph  street.     See  Card,  page  247. 
Fax,  George,  230  St.  Paul  street. 
Fleming,  James^  160  Notre  Dame  street. 
Gemmill,  William,  Place  d'Armes.    See  Card,  page  247. 
Hamilton,  John,  127  Notre  Dame  street.     See  Card,  p.  247* 
Kearsp,  H.  C,  220  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page  247. 
Lavender,  H.,  13  St.  Gabriel  street.    See  Card  page  248. 
M«Ewen,  James,  204  St.  Paul  street.    See  Card,  page  249. 
M'Gowan,  A.,  110  Notre  Dame  street. 
McLean,  Robert,  75  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Mackay,  Donald,  i62  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  p.  249. 
Muir,  Wm.,  22  St.  Francis  Xavier  street. 
MoSat,  J.,  153  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  page  249. 
Slack,  Wm.,  jun.,  M'Gill  street. 
Telfer,  Thos*  J.,  Kerr's  buildings,  Wellington,  near  George 

street. 
Thomson,  James,  14  St.  Francis  Xavier  street. 

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Ulerchant  Tailor, 

MONTREAL. 


A  superior  assortment  of  Gentlemen's  Fancy  Ar- 
ticles always  on  hand. 

pririEGOUSSE^ 

MERCHANT   TAILOR, 

Comer  Little  St.  James  Street  and  Place  d'Armes  Hill, 

Has  constantly  on  hand  a  selected  assortment  of  Broad  CLoths, 
CA88IM5BE8,.  Vesting  s,  &c. 


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WILLIAM  EWAN,  .. 

TAILDR  AND  CLOTHIER. 

NO.  1,  SAINT  JOSEPH  STREET, 

WILLIAM  GEMMILL,  " 

Place  cTArme^,  J^ext  the  Adelphi  Hotel, 

Having  removed  to  the  abova  Stand,  W.  G.  is  now.  prepared  to  serve  his 
friends  and  customers  in  his  usual  superior  style,  at  moderate  charges  and 
on  the  shortest  notice. 

N.  B.    A  well  selected  Stock  of  Seasonable  GOODS  always  on  hand. 

JOHN  HAMILTON, 

MERCHANT   TAILOR, 

JVo.  127  J^otre  Dame  Street, 
MONTREAL. 

Has  ndw  on  hand  a  very  choice  assortment  of  Broad  Cloths, 
Ca««suneres,  Vestings,  &c.  &c.,  which  he  is  prepared  to  make  up 
in  the  most  fashionable  style  and  on  very  moderate  terms  for 
Cash. 

R.  C.  KEARSE. 

MERCHANT  TAILOR, 

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Has  always  on  hand  a  choice  selection  of  Broad  Cloths,  Cassimeres, 
and  Vestings,  which  he  will  make  to  order  in  the  latest  London 
or  New  York  styles,  in  both  of  which  cities  he  has  had  extensive 
practical  experience. 


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JAMES  M«EWEN, 

MERCHANT  TAILOR, 

JVo.  204  St.  Paul  Street^ 

All  orders  in  the  above  line  executed  with  elegance^  accuracy, 
and  despatch,  and  on  the  most  reasonable  terms  for  cash. 


DONALD  MACKAY, 

163  Notre  Dame  Street, 


Keeps  constantly  on  hand  a  superior  stock  of  Cloths,  Cassimoros, 
Vestings,  &c. ;  and  is  prepared  to  execute  all  orders  with  ole  • 
gance  and  despatch. 

I.  MO  FF  ATT.  ~ 

TAIl^OR  AND  DRAPBfi, 

JVb.  153y  Notre  Dame  Street, 

I.  M,  would  respectfully  invite  Gentleraen  to  examine  his  choice  selection 
of  Seasonable  Goods  of  the  first  qualities,  which  he  wil)  make  up  in  the  pre- 
sait  Fa^liions  of  London  and  Paris,  and  in  the  b«st  manner,  at  prices,  which 
will  be  found  a  sufficient  inducement  to  purchasers  for  Cash. 

Having  for  tlie  last  two  years,  been  Foreman  in  the  well  known  Fashion- 
able Tailoring  Establishment  of  W.  H.  Stinemets,  New- York ;  (from  whom* 
ho  still  receives  the  very  latest  styles,)  he  would  assure  Gentlemen  from  the 
United  states,  visiting  Montreal,  that  they  can  have  their  clothes  made  hi 
strict  accordance  with  the  present  Fashion  of  New- York;  and  at  a  savinij 
in  expence,  of  at  least  twenty-five  per  cent. 

N.  B. — The  same  atteution  bestowed  wher^  parties  furnish  their  own 
material 

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MILLINERS  AND  DRESSMAKERS. 

Hall,  Mrs.  M.,  l06  Notre  Deme  street. 
M^Dowal,  Mrs.  G.,  233  St.  Paul  street. 
Major,  Miss  M.,  13  Great  St.  James  street. 
Powell,  Mrs,  Place  d'Armes,  west  side. 
Treverton,  Mis?,  167  Notre  Dame  street. 


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MINERAL  WATER  DEPOT. 

Flight,  William,  &  Co.    See  Card. 


WILLIAM  FLIGHT  &  Co., 

VARENNES  SPRINGS, 

MINERAL  WATER, 

No.  2D  Great  St  James,  and  80  Common  Street. 

MONTREAL, 

W.  F.  &  Co.  are  now  prepared  to  supply  tliis  justly  Celebrated  Water  iji 
any  quantity  to  Families,  Hotels,  Steam  Boats,  &c.  &c.,  on  very  reasonable 
terms.  The  medicinal  qualities  of  this  water  are  admitted  not  to  be  inferior 
to  any  other  in  Canada,  andinvahds  would  do  well  to  avail  themselves  of  tho 
opportunity  wluch  is  now  offered  of  receiving  it  fresh  every  day  from  tli'^ 
Springs. 

MUSICAL  INSTRUMENT  MAKERS,  ORGAN 

BUILDERS,  &c- 
Berlin,  H.,  1  Great  St.  James  street. 

Brown,  Abner,  Wellington,  near  Grey  Nun  street.  See  Card. 
Dennis,  William,  17  St.  Lawrence  street.  See  Card,  p.  25l« 
Mead,  Brothers  &  Co.,  St.  Gabriel  street  and  11  St.  Francis 

Xavier  street.     See  card,  page  251. 
Warren,  Samuel,  R.,  Dorchester,  near  St.  Constant  street. 

See  Card,  page  25L 


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MANUFACTURED  AND  SOLD  BY 


A  B  K  E  R     BROWN, 

Wellington  Street, 

NBAE  GREY  NUM  STEET,  GEIEFINTOWN. 

N.  B.  Piano  Fortes  Tuned  and  Repaired.    Old  Piano  Fortes 
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WILLIAM  DENNIS, 

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17  St.  Lawrence  Street,  near  Craig  Street. 
MONTREAL. 


)rgMis  and  Piano  Fortes  of  every  description,  Hepaired,  Cleaned, 
and  Tuned,  in  Town  and  Country. 

MEAD,  BROTHERS  &  Co., 
MUSIC  AND  MUSICAL  INSTRUMENT  WAREHOUSE, 

JVo.  1 1  St.  Frangois  Xavier  Street. 

XaONTREAL. 

Are  constantly  prepared  to  furnish  the  latest  and  most  fashionable 
Music,  also  Strings,  Reeds  &c.,  &c.  At  their  Warehouse  on  St. 
Gabriel  street,  a  very  superior  stock  of  Piano  Fortes,  of  their  own 
manufacture,  and  every  variety  of  European  Musical  Instalments 
arc  constantly  to  be  found. 

SAMUEL  R.  WARREN, 

Next  door  to  the  English  Hospital, 

ORGANS  TUNED  AND  REPAIRED. 


Facteur  d'Orgues  et  de  Forte  Piano,  a  la  porta  voisine  de  I'Ho- 
pital  Anglais,  Rue  Dorchester,  Montreal. 

11  repare  et  accorde  les  Orgues  et  les  Pianos, 

MUSIC,  PROFESSORS  AND  TEACHERS  OF 

Berlin,  H.,  1  Great  St.  James  street. 

Mazzochi,  V.,  45  St.  Dominique  street. 

Veit,  Frederick,  Grant,  near  St.  Mary  street. 

Warren,  W.  H.,  70  St.  Lawrence  street.    See  Card,  p.  2^2. 


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NAIL  MANUFACTURERS. 

Bigelow,  C.  E.  L.,  185,  St.  Paul  Street. 

Miller,  Wm.  &  Co.,  148,  St.  Paul  StreeU 

Wragg,  T.  B.,  corner  of  Gabriel  and  Prince  streets. 

NEWSPAPERS  AND  PERIODICALS. 

Agricultural  Journal,  (monthly,)  W.  Evans,  Editor  and  Pro- 
prietor, Lovell  &  Gibson,  printers,  St.  Nicholas  street. 

Aurore  des  Canadas,  (French,)  tri-weekly,  F.  Cinq  Mars, 
St.  Amable  lane. 

Baptist  Register,  (Baptist)  R.  Campbell,  weekly  St.  Joseph 
street,  near  Place  d'Armes. 

Canada  Gazette,  (Derbishire  &  Desbarals,  Queen's  printer,) 
St.  Therese  street. 

Christian  Mirror,  weekly,  J.  E,  L.  Miller,  158  Notre  Dame 
street. 

Courier,  daily,  tri- weekly,  and  weekly,  C.  Linsday,  St. 
Francois  Xavier  street. 

Gazette,  daily  and  tri-weekly,  R.  Abraham,  174  St.  Paul 
street. 

Harbinger,  (Congregational,)  monthly,  Lovell  &  Gibson, 
printers,  St.  Nicholas  street. 

Herald,  daily,  tri-weekly,  and  weekly,  R.  Weir  &  Co.  St. 
Gabriel  street. 

Journal,  d'Agriculture  Canadien,  (monthly,)  W.  Evans,  edi- 
tor and  proprietor,  Lovell  &  Gibson,  printers,  St.  Nicbo- 
las  street. 

La  Minerve,  (French,)  tri  and  semi-weekly,  L.  Duveroay, 
St.  Vincent  street. 


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Cinq  Mars, 

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St.  Nicbo- 

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Literary  Garland,  monthly,  Lovell  &  Gibson,  St.  Nicholas 

street. 
Medical  Gazette,  Drs.  Badgley  &  Sutherland,  editors  and 

proprietors,  Lovell  &  Gibson,  printers,  St.Nicholas  street. 
Melanges  Religieux,  (French  Roman  Catholic,)  monthly,  J. 

Plinguet,  St.  Denis,  near  St.  Catherine  street. 
Pilot,  tri-weekly,  (F.  Hincks,)  Place  d'Armes. 
Temperance  Advocate,  monthly,  J.  C.  Becket,  204  St.  Paul 

street. 
Times,  daily,  H.  Perkins,  corner  St.  Paul  and  St.  Gabriel  sts. 
Transcript,  tri-weekly,  D.  McDonald,  Hospital  street. 

NOTARIES  PUBLIC. 

Bagg,  S.  C,  Exchange  Court  St.  Paul  street. 
Baby,  Joseph,  76  Water  street. 
Beaudry,  P.,  Visitation,  near  St.  Mary  street. 
Bedouin,  Thomas,  3l  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Belle,  Joseph,  12  St.  Lambert  street. 
Bleakly,  William,  19  Queen  square. 
Brault,  Charles  A.,  3  St.  Joseph  street. 
Cadieux,  G.  H.,  204  Notre  Dame  street. 
Crawford,  W.  N.,  29  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Desmarais,  A.,  18  St.  Vincent  street. 
DeBellefeuille,  J.  L.,  2  Little  St.  James  street. 
Doucet,  N.  B.,  49  Great  St.  James  street. 
Gauthier,  A.,  St.  Catherine,  near  German  street.  ^ 
Gibb  &  Easton,  34  Little  St.  James  street. 
Griffin,  Henry,  26  Little  St.  James  street. 
Guy,  Etienne,  2  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Guy,  Louis,  off  St.  Lewis  street,  near  Berry  lane. 
Guy,  p.  M.,  115  Craig  street. 
Jobin,  J.  H.,  83  St.  Paul  street. 
Lacombe,  L,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Urbain  street. 
Labadie,  J.  A.,  14  Little  St.  James  street. 
Lamotbe,  P.,  164  Notre  Dame  street. 
Lappare,  H.,  24  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 
Leblanc,  Ovide^  27  Little  St.  James  street. 
Lefevre,  F.  X.,  opposite  Viger  Market. 

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Martin,  L.  S.,  207  Notre  Dame  street. 

Meyer,  Henry  J.,  3$  Little  St.  James  street. 

Montreuil,  A.,  42  St.  Mary  street. 

Miller,  David,  205  Notre  Dame  street. 

Papineau,  D.  E.,  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

Pelletier,  A.,  20  St.  Vincent  street. 

Pelton,  T.  J.,  33  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

Uoss,  William,  27  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

kSpenard,  C.  C,  13  Little  St.  James  street. 

Koy,  Joseph,  36  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Solomons,  Myer,  49  Little  St.  James  street. 

Terroux,  Charles,  A.,  Campeau,  near  Champ  de  Mars  street. 

Truteau,  Z.  J.,  Sanguinet,  above  Mignonne  street. 

Vallee,  J.  D.,  Vallee,  near  St.  Phillip  street. 

Weekes,  George,  54  St.  Lewis  street. 

Weilbrenner,  P.  A.,  Lagauchetiere,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 

NURSERY  AND  SEEDSMAN. 

Shepherd,  George,  11  St.  Lawrence,  near  Craig  street.     See 
Card. 

GEORGE  SHEPHERD, 

lUFOBTEB  OF 

BRITISH  AND  AMERICAN  SEEDS, 

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A  choice  collection  of  Green  House  Plants,  Garden  Seeds,  Bul- 
bous Flower  Roots,  Herbaceous  Plants,  Shrubs,  Fruit,  and  Orna- 
mental Trees,  &c.  &c. — ^Wholesale  and  Betail. 


PAINT,  OIL  AND  GLASS  STORES. 

At  water,  E.,  193  St.  Paul  street. 
Cornell,  M.  &  Co.,  93,Notre  Dame  Street. 
Corse,  R.  &  H.,  205  St.  Paul  street. 


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Griffith,  John,  147  St.  Paul  street. 
Uitchins,  Joseph,  2  St.  Mary  street. 
Hardie,  W.  &  J.  H.,  166  Notre  Oame  street. 

PAINTERS,  (Couch,  House,  Sign  and  Ornamental.) 

Clark,  F.  C,  St.  Alexander,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. 
Hardie,  W.  &  J.  H.,  College  street.     See  engraved  Card 
Sandham,  John,  corner  of  Wellington  and  Nazareth  streets. 
Treverton,  VV.  &  J.,  167  Notre  Dame  street. 
Walker  &  Litle,  10  Bleury  street. 

PAPER  WAREHOUSE. 

Miller,  Wm.,  &  Co.,  Jacques  Cartier  Paper  Mills,  148,  St 
Paul  stMet. 

PAWNBROKERS. 

Bates,  John,  83  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Macdonnell,  G.,  26,  St.  Mary  street. 

PHYSICIANS  AND  SURGEONS. 

Arnold!,  D.,  17  St.  Charles  Borrome  street. 

Arnoldi,  F.  T.  C,  M.  D.,  7  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Berthelet  B.,  M.  D.,  171  Notre  Dame  street. 

Badgley,  F.,  M.  D.,  5  Little  St.  James  street. 

Beaubien,  P.,  M.  D.,  corner  St.  Francis  Xavier  and  Craig 

street. 
Bibaud,  G.,  19  Little  St.  James  street. 
Bowie,  James,  2  Craig  street. 

Bruneau,  0.  T.,  corner  St.  Helen  and  Recollect  streets. 
Brousseau,  D.  P.,  26  Notre  Dame  street. 
Campbell,  G.  W.,  M.  D.,  45  Great  St.  James  street 
Campbell,  C.  A.,  23  Little  St.  James  street. 
Carter,  C,  83  Craig  street. 
Charlebois,  B.,  17  St.  Joseph  street. 
Crawford,  James,  M.  D.,  28  Little  St.  James  street. 
Gushing,  F.,  M.  D.,  Craig,  near  Radigonde  street. 
Fisher,  Arthur,  M.  D.,  8  Bonaventure  street. 
Fraser,  W.,  M.  D.,  21  M<Gill  street. 


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Guerin,  H.j  10  St.  Mary  street* 

Godfrey,  R.,  M.  D.  21,  St.  Mary  street. 

Hall,  Archibald,  M.  D.,  corner  Great  St.  James  and   St. 
Francois  Xavier  streets. 

Holmes,  A.  F.,  M.  D.,  24  Great  St.  James  street. 

Lebourdais,  Dr.,  56  M<Gill  street. 

Logan,  D.,  M.  D.,  6  St.  Francois  Xavier  street* 

M<Culloch,  Michael,  1 1  St.  Gabriel  street. 

M^Gale,  B*,  St.  Joseph  near  Chabellois  street. 

M<Nider,  William,  M.  D.,  142  Craig  street. 

Meilleur,  J.  B.,  M.  D.,  28  St.  Denis  street. 

Minshall,  John,  102  St.  Mary  street. 

Mount,  E.  H.,  Craig,  near  Radegonde  street. 

Monro,  P.>jun.,  College,  near  Inspector  street. 

Nelson,  Wolfred,  M.  D.,  corner  Little  St.  James  street  and 

St.  Lawrence  hill. 
Nelson,  H.,  M.  D.,  corner  Little  St.  James  street  and  St. 

Lawrence  bill. 
0<Doherty,  D.,  77  Bonaventure  street. 
Payn,  C.  H.,  M.  D.  160  Notre  Dame  street. 
Ferrault,  J.  A.,  St.  Elizabeth,  near  Craig  streets 
Picault,  P.  E.,  8  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Regnault,  C.  A.,  corner  Craig  and  St.  Urbain  streets. 
Richelieu,  J.,  86  St.  Mary  street. 
Rowand,  Dr.,  corner  of  Craig  and  St.  Joseph  streets. 
Rosenstien,  J.  G.,  (Homosopathist,)  48  Craig  street. 
Robinson,  S.,  Radigonde,.  near  Craig  street. 
Sewell,  S.  C,  M.  D.,  22  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Scott,  A.,  St.  Ebi,  near  St.  Paul  street. 
Smith,  W.  P.,  M.  D.,  &  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Spooner,  W.,  M.  D.  Ill  Craig  street. 
Sutherland,  Dr.,  41  Little  St.  James  street. 
Tavernier,  L.  F.,  12  Little  St.  James  street. 
Trestler,  J.  B.  C,  M.  D.,  3  Little  St.  James  street. 
Waller;.  S.,  24  St.  Mary  street. 


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MONTREAL  MEDICAL  BOARD. 

COABD    OF    EXAMINERS   OF    APPLICANTS    TO   BE   ADMITTED   TO 
PRACTICE  PHYSIC,  SUUOERY,AND  MIDWIFERY)  FOR  THE  DIS- 
TRICT OF  MONTREAL. 


J.  B.  Lebourdais,  President. 
S.  C.  Seweli,  Secretary. 
Andrew  F.  Holmes. 
B.  Charlebois. 
L.  J.  Cazeneuve. 
Timoleon  Quesncl. 
Jean  Bte.  C.  Trestler. 
P.  C.  Liddel. 
Guillaumc  Belin. 


Archibald  Hall. 
T.  Bouthillier. 
James  Crawford. 
Pierre  Beaubien. 
J.  Dorion. 

Michael  M'CuUoch. 
M.  F.  Valois. 
O.  T.  Bruneaa. 
George  W.  Campbell. 


F.  C.  T.  Arnoldi. 

The  Board  meets  for  the  examination  of  candidates  for  li- 
cence,  on  the  first  Tuesdays  of  February,  May,  August  and 
NoYember,  at  two  o'clock. 

PORTRAIT  AND  LANDSCAPE  PAINTER. 

Morice,  P.,  55  Craig  street.     See  Card. 

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PAINTINQ   IN  01L&  WATER  COLOURS. 


Specimens  executed  by  himself,  which  may  be  seen  as  above, 
will  enable  Ladies  and  Gentlemen  desirous  of  obtaining  Pictures 
or  Portaits  to  judge  for  themselves. 

PRINTING  OFFICES. 

Abraham,  R.  174  St.  Paul  street. 
Armour  &  Ramsay,  21  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 
Becket,  J.  C,  204  St.  Paul  street. 

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Campbell,  Rollo,  St.  Joseph  street,  near  Place  d'Armes. 

Cinq  Mars,  F.,  St.  Amable  lane. 

Duvernay,  L.,  13  St.  Vinceat  street. 

Lovell  &  Gibson,  St.  Nicholas  street. 

McDonald,  D.,  Hospital  street. 

Miller,  J.  E.  L.,  158  Notre  Dame  street. 

PerkinvQ,  H.,  corner  St.  Gabriel  and  St.  Paul  streets. 

Perrault,  Louis,  St.  Vincent  street. 

Plinguet,  J.  A.,  corner  St.  Denis  and  Mignonne  streets. 

Starke,  James,  &  Co.,  St.  Therese  street. 

Weir,  R.  &  Co.,  23  St.  Gabriel  street. 

PRODUCE  AND  BILL  BROKERS. 

Macdougall  &  Glass,  30  St.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 
PROVISION  MERCHANTS. 

Bostwick,  N.  J.,  8  M-Gill  stree  t. 

Latham,  Richard,  28  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Colborn,  E.  E.,  Commissioners  street,  corner  Custom  House 
square. 

Huston,  R.,  75  Common  Street. 

Vallee  &  Boyer,  Custom  House  square,  and  corner  of  Com- 
missioners and  St.  Francois  Xavier  streets. 

PROVISION  INSPECTORS. 

Eager  &  Son,  corner  Common  and  Grey  Nun  streets. 
Ogden  &  Co.,  under  the  American  Church,  Hay-Market. 

PROVISION  PACKER  AND  COOPER. 

Gunn,  William,  corner  Common  and  Grey  Nun  streets. 

SADDLERS  AND  HARNESS  MAKERS. 

Gibson,  Solomon,  26  St.  Lawrence  street. 
Martell,  Joseph,  69  St.  Paul  street. 
Morris,  Robert,  135  Notre  Dame  street. 
Stethem,  W.  G.,  corner  M*Gill  and  Lemoine  streets, 
Thornton,  John,  77  Craig  street. 

SHIP  BREAD  BAKER. 

S.  P.  Tilton.    See  Card,  page  259. 


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(LATE  HALL  JtTILTON,) 

Comer  of  Grey  Nun  and  Commissioners  Streets, 

NEAR  TUE  LACniNE  CANAL, 


N.  B. — All  orders  punctually  attended  to,  upon  the  lowest  terras 


SMITHS,(BLACK  &.  WHITE,)HORSE  SHOERS,  &c: 

Bertram,  Alexander,  horse  sheer,  Dalhousie  square. 
Curran,  C.  &  J.,  horse  shoers,  W  Gill  street,  near  the  Kagle 

Hotel. 
Cook,  E.,  black  and  white  smith,  14  St.Joseph  street,  in  rear 
Fleck,  Alexander,  horse  sheer,  &c.,  College,  near  St.  Henry 

street. 
Gossip,  George,  black  and  white  smith,  Lemoine  street. 
Hogarth,  John,  horse  shoer,  90  St.  Mary  street. 
Nicholson,  J.  &  R.,  black  and  white  smiths,  177  Craig  street. 
Palmer,  A.,  ship  smith,  William,  near  Grey  Nun  street. 
Ferry,  G.  &  J.,  black  and  white  smiths?,  5,  St.  Urbain  street. 
Sutherland,  J.,  black  and  white  smith,  Chennevillc,  corner 

Vitre  street. 

STAGE  OFFICES. 

Albany  Stage  Office  via  Burlington,  daily  in  winter,  Duclos' 

Hotel,  M<Gill  street. 
Upper    Canada   Stage   Office,  daily,  (L.  Moody,  Agent,) 

M'Gill  street. 
Quebec  Stage  Office,  (red  line,)  tri-weekly  in  winter,  Wm. 

Robinson,  32  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 
Quebec  Stage  Office,  (green  line,)  tri-weekly  in  winter,  F» 

Benoit,  Capital  street.^ 


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STOCK  MANUFACTURER. 

Thompson,  Robert,  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card. 


ROBERT   THOMPSON'S 

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JVo.  122  J,  Kotre  Dame  Street, 

OPPOSITE    THE  ENGLISH  CHUBCH, 

MONTREAL. 

All  kinds  of  Linen,  Cotton,  and  Flannel  Shirts  made  to  order. 

STRAW  AND  SILK  GOODS  IMPORTERS. 

Vyse,  Brothers,  lO  St.  Frangois  Xavicr  street. 

TALLOW  CHANDLERS. 

Matthewson,  John,  Inspector  street.     See  Card,  page  243. 
Watson,  Wm.  Lagauchetiere,neaTBleury  street. 

TAVERN  AND  INN  KEEPERS. 

Arnton,  John,  corner  Grey  Nun  and  Wellington  streets. 

Flight,  Wm.,  Royal  Oak  Tavern,  80  Common  i^treet. 

Graham,  Alexander*  40  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Grant,  David,  (White  Horse  Tavern,)  14,  St.  Urbain  street. 

Jamieson,  Thomas,  35  St.  Mary  street, 

Leblanc,  Joseph,  Lagauchetire,  near  Montcalm  street. 

M<Cann^  John,  corner  St.  Peter  and  Lemoine  streets. 

McDonald,  Wm.  Fabrique  street.  New  Market, 

Moflfatt,  J.,  London  Tavern,  14  St.  Lambert  street. 

0<Brien,  William,  5  St.  Mary  street. 

Steller,  J.  6.,  21  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Taylor,  John,  (Woodman  Inn,)  corner  Vitre  and  St.  Charles 

Borromee  streets. 
White,  Michael,  61  St.  Mary  street. 


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TIN  PLATE  WORKERS. 

Asselin,  J.  B.,  &  Co.,  222  St.  Paul  street. 

Gillespie,  Jatnes,  corner  Craig  and  St.  Charles  Borromec  sts. 

Harrison,  John,  236  St.  Paul  street. 

Prowse,  George  F.,  7  St.  Mary  street. 

Roland,  E.,  16  St.  Aaary  street. 

Woodbury,  T.  E.,  -?  I  M«Gill  street. 

TOBACCONISTS. 

Granthum,  James,  92  St.  Mary  street. 

Joseph,  H.  &  Co.,  144  St.  Paul  street,  (wholesale.) 

Kurczyn,  W.  H.,  75  St.  Paul  street. 

Kurczyn,  S.,  7  M*Gill  street. 

Lyons,  Lewis  &  Co.,  218  St.  Paul  street,  and  118  Notre  Dame 

street. 
Perry,  Charles,  83  St.  Paul  street. 
Rattray,  James,  98  Notre  Dame  street. 
Vass,  David,  212  Notre  Dame,  and  101  St.*  Paul  street, 
^aionczeck,  P.  L.^  20  Great  St.  James  Street. 

TURNER. 

Donahoo,  Bernard,  47  St  Lawrence  street. 

VETERINARY  SURGEONS. 

Mason,  Jame«,  51  Craig  street. 

Maybeli,  J.,  Dorchester,  near  St  Denis  street. 

Turner,  Jas.,  59  Craig  street. 

WINE  MERCHANTS. 

Maitlands,  Tylee  &  Co.,  (wholesale,)  corner  St.  Francois 
Xavier  and  Hospital  streets. 

Farquhar,  William,  101  Notre  Dame  street. 

Payne,  Edward,  184  Notre  Dame  street. 

Reiffenstein,  George  C,  corner  St.  Sacrament  and  St.  Fran- 
cois Xavier  streets. 

Torry,  J.  B.,  St.  Eloi,  near  St.  Paul  street. 

WIRE  WORKER. 

Rice,  William,  St.  Mary  street,  near  Dalbousie  square. 


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ASSURANCE  COMPANIES,  BANKS, 

PUBLIC  INSTITUTIONS, 

RELIGIOUS  AND  BENEVOLENT  SOCIETIES,  CHURCHES, 

PUBLIC  OFFICES,  &c.  &c. 


ASSURANCE  COMPANIES,  LIFE  AND  FIRE. 

yEtna  (Fire),  of  Hartford,  Joseph  Jones,  agent.  City  Bank 

buildings,  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page  263. 
Alliance  (Life  and  Fire),  of  London,  Richard  Gerrard,  agent, 

corner  St.  Therese  and  St.  Gabriel  streets.     See  Card, 

page  263. 
Britannia  (Life),  of  London,  J.  H.  Maitland,  agent.  Hospital, 

near  St,  Frangois  Xavier  street.     See  Card,  p.  264. 
Eagle  (Life),  of  London,  James  Knapp,  agent  in  Montreal, 

corner  St.  Francois  Xavier  and  St.  Sacrament  streets. 

See  Card,  page  265. 
Globe,  (Fire  and  Life,)  of  London,  Ryan,  Chapman  &  Co. 

Agents.     See  Card,  pj^ge  266. 
Inland  Marine  Insurance  Company,  C.  T.  Palsgrave,  agent, 

Lemoine  street. 
Lloyds'  Agents,  (Ryan,  Chapman  &  Co.)     See  Card,  p.  266. 
Minerva  (Liic),  of  London,  B.  Hart  &  Co.,  agents,  corner 

Recollect  and  St.  Helen  streets. 
Montreal  (Fire,  Life  and  Inland  Navigation),  Wm.  Murray, 

manager,  177  Notre  Dame  street.    See  Card,  page  266, 


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Mutual  (Fire),  of  the   county  of  Montreal,  James  Knp.pp, 

secretary  and  treasurer,  corner  St.  Sacrament  and  St. 

Frangois  Xavier  street. 
National  Loan  Fund  (Life  and  Annuity),  J.  W.  Dunscomb, 

agent,  51  Great  St.  James  street.     See  Card,  page  267. 
Phoenix  (Fire),  of  London,  Gillespie,  Mofratt,Jamieson  &  Co., 

agents,  134  St.  Paul  street. 
Protection  (Fire),  of  Hartford,  Joseph  Jones,  agent,  City 

Bank  buildings,  St.  Paul  street.     See  Card,  page  268. 
Quebec  (Fire),  J.  H.  Maitland,  agent,  corner  Hospital  and 

St.  Frangois  Xavier  streets. 


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JBTNA  zsrsuRAzrcxi  COMFAZrV. 

The  ^TNA  INSURANCE  COMPANY  of  HARxror.D, 
Connecticut,  continues  to  INSURE  against  LOSS  or  DAM- 
AGE by  FIRE,  on  Terms  as  favourable  as  other  Institutions 
in  this  City. 

The  reputation  this  Company  has  obtained  in  a  business  of 
twenty-six  years,  is  sufficient  evidence  of  their  liberality  in 
adjusting  and  promptness  in  paying  Losses. 

JOSEPH  JONES, 
City  Bank  Buildings,  St.  Paul  Street. 

ALLIANCE  BRITISH  AND  FOREIGN  LIFE 

AND   FIRE  ASSURANCE  COMPANY, 

OF  LONDON. 

Capital,  £5,000,000  Sterling. 

ASSURANCE  ON  LIVES, 

ASSURANCE  AGAINST  ACCIDENTS  BY  FIRE, 

By  the  said  Company,  at  the  Office  of  the  Undersigned, 

St.  Gabriel  Street. 

RICHARD  GERRARD, 

Agent  for  Canada. 


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BRITANNIA  LIFE  ASSURANCE  COMPANY, 

NO.  1,  PRINCES  STREET,  BANK,  LONDON, 


EMFOWERED  BY  ACT  OF  PARLIAMEMT. 


CAPITALi  OWE  MILLION, 

J.  II.  MAITLAND,  Quebec  Fibe  Office,  Agent. 
A.  F.  HOLMES,  Esq.,  M.D.,  Medical  Officer. 


TABLB  Z. 

EQUAL  RATES  OF  PREMIUM. 

Table  of  Premiums  required  for  the 
Assurance  of  XI 00  for  the  whole 
term  of  a  Single  Life,  in  Annual, 
Ualf-yearly,or  Quarterly  Payments. 


.      ,  Annual 
^Se-  Premium 


je  s. 

d 

20 

1  12 

5 

25 

1  16 

0 

30 

2    0 

8 

2{5 

2    6 

9 

40 

2  15 

1 

45 

3    6 

3 

50 

4    1 

4 

Half-yearly 
Premium. 


Quarterly 
Premium. 


TAB&B  ZZZ. 

SHORT  TERMS. 

Table  of  Premiums  re- 
quired for  theAssuranee 
of  XlOO  on  a  Single 
Life,  for  the  respective 
Terms  of  One  and  Seven 


je  s. 

d. 

£    «.    d. 

0  16 

5 

0    8    3 

0  18 

3 

0    9    2 

1     0 

7 

0  10    4 

1     3 

9 

0  11  11 

1    8 

0 

0  14    1 

1  13 

8 

0  19    0 

2    1 

6 

1     0  11 

55  I  5     1     8     2  11  11      16    3 


Yc 

1 

ars. 

1 

Age. 

25 
!      35 
!      45 
'     50 

1  Year. 

7  Years. 

Premium. 

Annual 
Premium. 

£    z,    d. 
1     1     6 
1     2  11 
t     8    6 
1  15    4 

£   s.    d. 
1     1  10 
1     3  11 

1  12     2 

2  1     5 

TABLE  If. 

INCREASING  (ALTERNATIVE)  RATES  OF  PREMIUM. 

Table  of  Annual  Premiums  required  for  the  Assurance  of  JClOO  for 
the  whole  Term  of  a  Single  Life ;  the  Rate  being  increased,  or 
the  Sum  Assured  reduced,  at  the  end  of  every  Fifth  Year,  until 
the  Twentieth  inclusive ;  afler  which  Period  a  fixed  Annual  Pre- 
mium will  be  payable,  and  a  fixed  Sum  Assured  during  the  re- 
mainder of  life. 


ANNUAL   PREMIUM   PAYABLE   DURING 

First  Five 

Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Remainder 

Age. 

Years. 

Five  years. 

Five  years. 

Five  years. 

of  Life. 

£    «.    d. 

£    s.    d. 

£    s.   d. 

£    s    d. 

£    8,    d. 

25 

1     3    6 

1     8    7 

1  14    5 

2     1     4 

2    9    7 

35 

1  10    4 

1  17    2 

2    5    6 

2  15    8 

3    8    4 

45 

2    4    6 

2  14    8 

3    7    4 

4    3    6 

5    4    3 

50 

2  16    7 

3    9    4 

4    5    5 

5    6    3 

6  13    7 

55 

3  14    2 

4  10    4 

5  11     1 

6  18    6 

8  15     1 

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PAHY, 

ON, 


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zzx. 

RMS. 

liums  re- 
assurance 
a  Single 
respective 
and  Seven 


7  Years. 

Annual 
Premium. 

£  8.    d. 

1  1  10 

1  3  11 

1  12    2 

2  1     5 


265 

-      EAGLE 

£  O  »r  D  O  XT, 

ESTABLISHED  BT  ACT  OF  PABLIAMENT   IN  1805. 

Capital,  Two  Millions  Pounds  Sterling, 

Affords  a  readyy  safe  and  profitable  inTestment  of  small  savings 
by  persons  of  limited  incomes.  The  public  are  secured  by  an  am- 
ple capital,  besides  which  all  payments  are  set  apart  to  accumulate 
as  a  distinct  and  inviolable  fund,  which  at  the  end  of  seven  years  is 
strictly  investigated,  all  existing  claims  prorided  for,  and  the  sur- 
plus or  nett  profits  are  then  apportioned,  htiA  fbur-fifths  allotted  to 
the  Assured  for  the  whole  term  of  life,  which  may,  at  the  option  of 
the  party,  either  be  added  to  the  Policy,  or  applied  in  reduction  of 
the  future  annual  payments ;  so  that  persons  insuring  at  this  Office 
may  justly  calculate  upon  a  gradual  annihilation  of  the  annual  Pre- 
mium, without  incurring  the  responsibility  of  Mutual  Insurance. 

The  Rates  of  Premium  are  fixed  as  low  as  the  paramount  duty  of 
securityi  permits,  and  the  errors  in  these  Rates,  if  any,  again  cor- 
rected and  reduced  to  the  actual  average  risk  by  the  periodical  divi- 
sion of  four-fifths  of  the  profits  among  the  Insured* 


MIUM. 

£100  for 
eased,  or 
ear,  until 
nual  Pre- 
the  re- 


mainder 
Life. 


«. 

d. 

9 

7 

8 

4 

4 

3 

13 

7 

15 

1 

Jjge  of  Insured. 


Rates  for  1  year,.... 

Annual  Rates  for  7 

years,,. 


»«««»««*«t 


Ditto  for  whole  Life, 


15 


16  6 
18  5 
35    11 


20 


20      0 


85 


25 


23      927      8 
40      746      9 


30 


29  5 

30  4 
54      1 


35 


31  2 
35  0 
62      4 


40 


36    11 
42      2 

63      4 


Application  for  Terms  and  Rates  of  Insurance  to  be  made  to 
JAMES  KNAPP,  Esquire,  Secretary  Mutual  Fire  Assurance  Com- 
pany, at  Montreal ;  to  Messrs  HENDERSON  &  Co.,  Quebec  ; 

or  to 

WILLIAM  HENDERSON, 

Agent  for  the  Canadas^ 


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FIRE  AND  LIFE 

GLOBE    INSURANCE    COMPANY, 

OF  LONDON. 

CflpiVa^— £1,000,000  Sterling, 

The  Undersigned,  having  been  appointed  Agents  for  Canada, 
are  now  prepared  to  name  their  Bates  on  FIBE  and  LIFE  BISKS, 
and  to  issue  Policies. 

Consulting  Physician — Dr.  Cbawford,  Little  St.  James  Street. 

BYAN,  CHAPMAN  &  Co. 

RTAXr,  CBAPBKAIV  &  OO., 

Office,  Gillespie's  Buildings^  Commissioners  Street. 


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MONTREAL  PIRB,  LIFE,  AND  INLAND  NAVXOA. 
TION  ASSUBANCE  C0MPAN7. 

Empowered  by  a  Special  Ordinance,  1840,  and  by  Provincial  Act, 

6  th  Victoria,  cap.  22. 

CAPITAL— £200,000. 

Head  Office^  No.  177  Notre  Dame  Street,  Montreal. 

BOAUD  OF  M.^AOEMENT. 

JAMES  FERRIER,  Esq.,  President. 
WILLIAM  LUNN,  Esq.,  Vice  President. 

DIRECTORS. 


Robert  Armour,  Esq. 
Stanley  Bagg,  E.^q. 
Wm   Dow,  Esq. 
Adam  Ferric,  Esq. 
Jas.  Henderson,  ksq. 
Thos.  Kay,  Esq. 


John  Mathewson,  Esq. 
John  Redpath,  Esq. 
Jas.  Scott,  Esq. 
Jas.  Smith,  Esq. 
John  Torrance,  Esq. 


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Wm.  MURRAY,  Manager. 
This  Company  Js  composed  of  a  numerous   body  of  proprietors, 
atlbidiug,  in  udUi  ion  to  the  paid  up  capital,  ample  security  to  the 


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Assured.  On  commencing  the  Fire  Department  of  the  business, 
the  Company  reduced  the  rales  25  per  cent.,  and  the  decided  success 
Ivhich  has  attended  its  operations  in  that  department,  affords  satis- 
factory proof  that  the  adranlages  which  it  offers  have  been  duly 
appreciated  by  the  public. 

At  the  recommendation  of  many  of  the  most  respectable  mer- 
chants of  this  city,  and  elsewhere,  the  Directors  were  induced  to 
embrace  the  Inland  Marine  branch  of  the  Insurance  business,  and 
accordingly  have  commenced  to  grant  Insurance  against  all  Loss  and 
Damage  to  Vessels  or  their  Cargoes,  navigating  the  Rivera  and 
Lakes  of  this  Province. 

In  a  short  time  the  Company  will  also  be  prepared  to  commence 
the  Life  Department  of  the  business,  due  notice  of  which  will  be 
given. 

AGENTS. 


Quebec, J.  G.  Irvine. 

Prescolt,. ...<, ..Robt.  Headlam. 
Brockville,  .»...Robt.  Watson. 

Kingston, « John  Macaulay* 

Belleville, John  Ross. 

Cobourg, C.  H.  Morgan. 

Toronto,. . .  .,..Robt.  Beekman. 

Whitby, John  Burke. 

Salvage  Agent  at  Coteau 


Hsmilton,  . ... 

Niagara, 

St.  Catherines, 
Port  Stanley,.. 

Detroit, 

Cleveland,. ... 

Perth, 

By  town, 

du  Lac, — Wm. 


.C.  C.  Ferric. 
.Alexf  Davidson. 

H.  Mittleberger. 
.G.  R.  Williams. 
Jas.  M'Kay* 
W.  R.  Eckart. 
W.  gc  J.  Bell. 
M.  Stevenson,  jr. 

Roebuck. 


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STATIONAIi  LOAX  FUND, 

LIFE  ASSURANCE   AND    DEFERRED   ANNUITY  SOCIETY. 

26,  CORNHILL. 


Capital— Five  hundred  thonsand  Ponndf. 

Empowered  hy  Act  of  Parliament, 


DIRECTORS. 

T.  LAMIE  MURRAY,  Esquire,  Chairman, 


J.  Elliotson,  M.D.F.R.S. 
H.  Gordon,  Esquire. 
George  Lungley,  Esquire. 


John  Rawson,  Esquire. 
Clement  Tabor,  Esquire* 
Joseph  Thompson,  Esq. 


Auditor s.^Dt^  O.  Gregory,  F.R. A. S.;  Professor  Wheatstone,  F.R.S. 
Actuary,— W,  S.  B.  Woolhouse,  Esquire,  F.R.A.S. 

CANADA  BRANCH. 

DIRECTORS. 

Hon.  Mr.  Justice  Day.    B.  Holmes,  Esq.    Charges  H.  Caftle,  Esq. 
John  W.  Dunscomb.  Esquire,  Manager. 
Physician — S.  C.  Sewell,  M.D. 

Solicitor— F,  Godschali  Johnsoni  Esq. 

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LIFE  ASSURANCE. 

Besides  tht  perfect  eeeurity  to  the  policy  holder  of  a  large  paid  up 
capital,  and  accumulating  funds,  with  moderate  rates  of  premium, 
the  following  ia  one  amongst  many  of  (he  advantages  which  belong 
exclusively  to  the  principles  of  Life  Assurance  and  Deferred  An* 
nuities,  originated  by  the  Society,  viz  : — Power  to  borrow  (with- 
out delay,  expense,  or  forfeiture,)  Two-lhirds  of  all  Premiums  paid 
upon  a  Policy  of  Assurance.  .     ,       ,  .  , 

Premivm  roR  Assuring  £100. 


Age. 

£    s.  d. 

Age. 

35 

40 

£    $.  d. 

Age. 

45 
50 

£    s.     d. 

25 
30 

1  18  6 

2  4  4 

2  10  11 

2  18  8 

3  9  4 

4  4  2 

Deferred  Annuities  Department. 

By  the  plan  exclusively  developed  by  the  Society,  a  single  De- 
ferred Annuity  is  made,  not  only  to  answer  the  same  object,  but  to 
equal  in  amount  the  entire  sum  of  all  the  advantages  heretoforf. 
only  obtained  by  the  middle  and  industrious  classes  by  separate  in- 
vestments in  Savings'  Banks,  Benefit  SociiMics,  and  Loan  Banks. 

1.  A  small  yearly,  or  weekly  contribution,  will  secure  the  most 
ample  leturn  for  after  life  ;  thus, — £2  12^.  per  annum  (Is.  per 
week,)  at  20,  will,  at  65,  give  the  Policy  holder  the  choice  of  an 
Annuity  for  life  of  £47  16i.  6d. ;  £394  Us.  in  cash;  or  Policy, 
without  further  contribution,  of  £466  at  death. 

2*  TwO'thirds  at  any  time  lent  on  deposit  of  Policy,  being  a  fund 
alwayi  available  during  sickness  or  want  of  employment. 

3.  Two-thirds  of  all  payments  returned  to  representatives  in  case 
of  premature  death. 

The  Report  to  the  Annual  General  Meeting  of  Proprietors,  Pros- 
pectuses, Tables,  Sec,  maybe  ob'ained  at  the  Office  of  the  So- 
cioty,  by  letter  or  otherwise,  51,  Great  St.  James  Street,  Montreal. 

J,  W.  DUNSCOMB, 

51,  Great  St  James  Street.  Manager. 

l^oftcfioiTiNS^ 

The  PROTECTION  INSURANCE  COMPANY  of  Hart- 
ford, Connecticut,  offer  to  INSURE  HOUSES,  STORES, 
MILLS,  FACTORIES,  BARNS,  and  their  CONTENTS, 
and  all  other  descriptions  of  Insurable  Property, 

AGAINST  LOSS  OR  DAMAGE  BY  FIRE. 
The  Rates  of  Premium  are  the  same  as  those  of  similar  In- 
stitutions in  this  city,  and  the  course  pursued  in  the  adjust* 
ment  of  Losses  favourable  to  the  Assured. 

JOSEPH  JONES,  Agent, 
City  Bank  Buildings ,  St,  Paul  Street, 


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BANKS  ANt)  BANK  AGENCIES. 


Bonn  of  BuineM  at  all  the  Banki-lO  A.  HSj  to  3  P-  HI. 


BANK  OF  BRITISH  NOIITH  AMERICA. 


PAID    UP   CAPITAL-ONE    MILLION   STERLING. 


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Court  of  Bivtciari* 


HENRY  BARNEWALL,  Esq. 
ROBERT  BROWN,  Esq. 
Sir  ROBERT  CAMPBELL,  Bart. 
ROBERT  CARTER,  Esq. 
Wm.  R.  CHAPMAN,  Esq. 
JAMES  JOHN  CUMMINS,  Esq. 


JAMES  DOWIE,  Esq. 
OLIVER  FARRER,  Esq. 
Alex.  GILLESPIE,  Jui».  Esq. 
Sir  a.  PELLET  GREEN. 
Wm.  PEMBERTON,  Esq. 
G.  R.  ROBINSON,  Esq. 


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GEORGE  DE  BOSCO  ATTWOOD,  Esq. 

StiiUjpertor  at  I3ran(!)rjf. 

THOMAS  PATON,  Esq. 


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New  Brunsmck. 


KINGSTON.  St.  JOHNS, 

TORONTO.  FREDRICKTON 

QUEBEC.  St.  JOHNS,  Newfoundland. 
HALIFAX. 

Agents  in  New  Tore— Messrs.  R.  BELL  and  W.  McLACHLAN. 


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Thomas  Kay, 
William  Dow. 


MONTREAL    BRANCH  —  DIRECTORS. 

James  Ferrier, 
J.  T.  Brondgeest, 

David  Davidson,  Manager. 
John  JaflVay,  Accountant, 

Discount  2>tfy«— Wednesdays  and  Saturdays. 

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BANK  OF  MONTREAL,— Grca(  St.  James  Street. 

DIRECTORS. 

The  Hon.  P.  M*C ill,  President. 
The  IJon.  J.  Masson,  Vice  Pesidcnt* 


T.  B.  Anderson, 
W.  Lunn, 
JaiTiCs  Logan, 
J.  Molson, 
VVm.  Molson, 
J.  Kedpatb, 


Hon.  James  Rpid, 

J.  Shuter. 

J.  Toriance, 

J,  M.  Tobin, 

John  Try,  Esquires. 


OFFICERS. 


Benjamin  Hohne?,  Cashier. 
William  Giuin,  Assistant  do 
H.U.  Hopper,  l«.t  Accountant. 
John  Poiteous,  2d       do. 
T.  M'Donald,  3J        do. 
F.  M.  Holmes,  1st  Teller. 
J.  G.  Home,  2d  do. 


A.  F.  Sabine,  Discount  Clerk. 

John  Lloyd,  Transfer      do. 

C.  J.  Brown,  Clerk. 

G.  A.  Holmes,  do. 

G.  P.  Adams,    do. 

H.  B.  Picken,  Messenger. 

James  Brennan,  Porter.    .. 


E.  M.  Yarwood,  3d     do. 

Discount  Days — Tuesdays  and  Fridays. 
Dividends  — \si  June  and  1st  December. 


CITY  BANK,~5f/.  Paul  street* 

DIRECTORS. 

John  Frothingham,  President. 
J.  Henderson,  Vice  President. 

Joseph  Vallee, 


D.  P.  Ross, 
Ferdinand  M'CuIloch, 
Win.  Lyman, 
S.  S.  VVard, 


C.  H.  Castle,  Cashier. 
H.  Macculloch,  Accountant. 
J)hn  Crawford, Paying  Teller. 
\Vm.  Robertson,  Receiving  do 


John  Dods, 
Henry  Stuart, 
William  Connolly. 

OFFICERS. 

Frederick  Harris,  Dis.  Clerk. 
John  Birss,  Assistant  Clerk. 
J.  B.  Routier,  Messenger, 
Thos.  Nagle,  Assistant  do. 


Discount  /)aT/s— Mondays  and  Thursdays. 
Dividends — 1st  June  and  1st  December. 


BANQUE  DU  PEUPLE,— Sf.  Frangois  Xavier  street. 

DIRECTORS. 

L.  M.  Viger,  President, 
Jacob  Dewilt,  Vice  President, 


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John  Donegani, 
r.  Beaubien, 
J.  F.  Allanl, 
T.  Franchere, 
H.  B.  Smilh, 


P.  Jodoin, 
K.  Triiileaii, 
Aiuusliu  Tullocli, 
A.  E.  MoiUmaiquet, 
Alexis  Sduv.ij^eau. 


OFFICERS. 

L.     D.     Lemoino,    Assistant 

Book-keeper. 
John  Morley,  Discount  Clf^k. 
John  Bonacinfi,  Messengksv. 
Kohert  Turner,  I'orler. 

Discount  Dai/s— Tiiosilays  and  Fridays. 
Dividends — Ist  March  and  1st  September. 


B,  H.  Lcmoine,  Ca^^hier. 
G.  Peltier,  1st  Teller. 
J.  L.  Brault,  2tl  do. 
T.  Dufott,  Book-keeper. 


BANK  AGENCIES. 

Bank  of  Upper  Canada,  (Joseph  VVenham,  Agent,)  17  Great 

S:.  James  street. 
Commercial  Bank  of  the  Midland  District,  (Thomas  Wilson, 

Agent,)  U  Great  S*.  James  street. 


MONTREAL   SAVINGS'  BANK,— ^/  the  Bank  of 

Montreal,  Great  St,  James  street, 

S.  Gerrard,  President. 
J.  Frothingham,  Vice  President, 
James  Finlay,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 
Open  every  Monday,  from  11  o'clock,  a.m.  to  1  o'clock,  p.m. 


PROVIDENT  AND  SWINGS'  BANK,— 177  JVo/re 
•  Dame  Street, 

Instituted  1st  October,  1841. 

BOARD  OF  MANAGING  DIRECTORS. 

William  Lunn,  President, 

J.  T.  Brondgeest,  John  Redpath,  Vice  Presidents. 

John  Eadie,  Actvary. 

H.  Sharrocks,  Assistant  Actuary. 

James  Ferrier,  Robert  Armour, 

John  Torrance,  Thomas  Kay,  • 

John  Dou2;all,  ,         James  Scott,  ■ 

William  Dow,  William  Murray, 

John  Matthewson,  James  Henderson, 


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Open  for  business  every  lawful  day,  from  10  a.m.  to  3  p.m. 
and  on  the  evenings  of  Monday  and  ^>aturday,  from  6  to  8 
o^clock. 

Deposits  in  any  sum  from  one  shilling  io  £200  received| 
and  interest  allowed  therein  at  the  rate  of  4  per  cent. 


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BOARD  OF  TRADE. 

Exchange  J^ews  Room,  St,  Joseph  Street, 

COUNCIL. 

Hon.  Gaorge  Moffatt,  President, 
James  Cringan,  Vice  President, 
J.  W.  Dunscomb,  Tieasurer, 


J.  T.  Brondgeest, 
W.  Edmonstone, 
James  Henderson, 
H.  L.  Routh, 


T.  B.  Anderson, 
J.  G.  Mackenzie, 
H.  Stevens, 
David  Torrance, 


BOARD  OF  ARBITRATION. 


John  Young, 
John  £.  Mills, 
Andrew  Siaw, 
Harrison  Stevens, 
John  Cuviilier, 
J.  B.  Greenshields, 


H.  L.  Routh, 
James  Gilmour, 
John  Glas<:, 
John  Glennon, 
Ferdinand  M'CuIloch, 
Theodore  Hart, 


FjREDE  icK  A.  Wilson, 

Secretary, 
The  Council  meets  every  Tuesday. 


CHAMPLAI>J  AND  ST.  LAWRENCE  RAIL 
ROAD  COMPANY. 

OFFICE,  COMMISSIONERS    STREET. 

John  E.  Mills,  Chairman. 
John  Molson,  Deputy  Chairman, 


DIRECTORS. 


Justice  Gale, 
Wm.  Workman, 
Sir  Geo.  Simpson, 
P.  W,  Dease, 


Joseph  Shuter, 
A.  M.  Deslisle, 
Benjamin  Brewster, 


Chs.  H.  Castle,  Treasurer, 


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OFFICERS* 

W.  D.  Lindsay.  Commissioner. 
H.  Magiane,  Boolckeeper. 
H.  Ducios,  Cleric  at  Laprairie. 
Robert  Mills,  Cleric  at  Montreal* 
v.  Titus,  Cleric  at  St.  Johns. 

STEAMER  PRINCE  ALBERT 

Captain,  John  Rodd. 
Purser,  Alexander  Boyd. 

RATES  OF  PASSAGE. 

First  Class,— Fiom  Montreal  to  St.  Johns,  5s. 

Do.  and  back  same  day,  5s. 

Second  Class.  From  Montreal  to  St.  Johns,  2s.  6d. 

Do  and  back  same  day,  3s.  9d. 

To  or  from  Montreal  and  Laprairie,  l^d. 


GAS  LIGHT  COMPANY 

Place  d^Armes, 
The  Hon.  Joseph  Masson,  PresHtnt, 

DIRECTORS. 

J.  W.  A.  R.  Masson,  H.  Thomas, 

Joseph  Belle,  J.  B.  Bruyere, 

D.  Arnold!,  \    £d.  Glackmeyer, 

Albert  Furniss,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

John  Kerr,  Superintendant, 

George  Garth,  Gas- Fitter, 

Ed.  Glackmeyer,  Bookkeeper* 

C.  E.  Belle,  Collector. 

A.  G.  Prevost,  Assistant  Collector^ 
Rates — By  meter,  25s.  per  1000  cubic  feet. 


WATER  WORKS  COMPANY, 
28  J^otre  Dame  Street. 
M.  J.  Hays,  Manager. 
James  M*Nider,  Overseer  qf  Works, 
H.  S.  Porteous,  Collector. 
The  City  Baths  are  on  the  premises  of  the  Water  Works, 
Commissioners  street. 

Open — In  summer,  from  5  a.m.  till  10  p.m.    Wint«r,  oa 
Saturday  and  Sunday  forenoon. 


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CUSTOM  HOUSE. 
St,  Paul  Street. 

William  Hall,  Collector. 

Robert  H.  Hamilton,  Xanrftwg  «Swrt;cr/or. 

Thomas  Thain,  Landing  Waiter  and  Searcher, 

J.  Mills,  Tide  Surveyor* 

John  W.  Oliver,  John  Lewis,  H*   Pratt  and  Robert 

Speirs,  Clerks$ 
j.  Scholes,  Messenger  and  Store- keeper* 


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COURT  OF  QUEEN'S  BENCH  MONTREAL. 

Hon.  Remi  Vallieres  de  St.  Real,  Chief  Justice. 

Jean  R.  Rolland,  1 
Samuel  Gale,  I 
Charles  D.  Day,  J 

John  Boston  and  W.  F.  Coffin,  Sheriff;  Monk,  Coffin,  &  Pa- 

pineau,  Prothonotary  ;  Joseph  Jones,Coroner  ;  A.  M.  DeslislCj 

Crown  and  Peace  Clerk;  R.  Dillon,  French  Translator  and 

Interpreter;    G.   Stanley,  Crier;  Peter  Devins,  Assistant 

Crier;   Thos.    M'Ginn^  GaQler;  Benjamin  Deslisle^  High 

Constable, 

Terms. —  Criminal  Court,  24lh  Feb.  to  10th  March,  and 
27th  August  to  lOth  September.—  Superior  Courts  from  1st 
to  20ih  February,  April,  June,  and  October. 


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KO.  15,  GREAT  ST.  JAMES  STREET. 

Thos.  Allen  Stayner,  Depy.  P.  M.  General, 
Wm.  H.  Griffin,  Surveyor,  Canada  East. 
Edward  S.  Freer,      do         Canada  West. 
John  Dewe,  do       Central  Canada. 

Wm.  Griffin,  Chief  Clerk  to  Depy.  P.  M.  General, 
Gilbert  E.  Griffin,  First   Clerk  to        do. 
Edwin  Jas.  King,  Accountant  to  General  P.  0,for  B,N.  A. 
Horatio  A.  Wicksteed,  First  Clerk  to         do. 
Richard  A.  Seymour,  Second     do.  do, 

John  Ashworth,  Third  do.  do, 

Robert  Julyan,  Fourth  do,  do. 

Smith  Allen,  Messenger, 


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MONTREAL  POST  OFFICE. 

James  Porteous,  Post  Master. 

Patrick  Wm.  Cooper,  George  Laughlin,  John  Verner,  and  Robert 

OliTer,  Clerks. 
J.  Huddell  and  J.  Simpson,  Letter  Carriers. 

OFFICE   HOURS. 

In  Summer, — From  Eight  a.  m.  to  Seven  p.  m. 

In  Winter, — From  Eight  a.  m.  to  Five  p.  m. 

On  Sundays, — In  Summer,  from  Ten  to  Twelve,  a.  m.,  and  four 

to  Five  P.M. — In  Winter,  from  Nine  to  Ten  a.  m.  and  Four  to 

Five  p.  M. 


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ARRIVAL  AND  DEPARTURE  OF  THE  MAILS. 

Halifax,  St.  John,  N.  B.,  &c. — Arrive,  Thursday  and  Sunday — 

Depart,  Thursday  and  Saturday,  at  5,  P.  M. 
Quebec,  and  intermediate  places  on  the  Route,  per  steamer — Ar- 
rive,  every  Morning  except  Monday — Depart,  every  Afternoon 
except  Sunday,  at  half-past  5  o'clock. 
Land  Mail  to  Quebec — Arrive  every  Monday,  Thursday  and 

Saturday — Depart,  every  Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday,  at 

6,  P.  M. 
Canada  West — Arrive,  every  Forenoon — Depart,  every  Forenoon 

at  11  o'clock. 
Ottawa  Route — Arrive,  Every  Forenoon  excepting  Monday — J>e- 

part.  Every  Forenoon  except  Sunday,  at  9  o'clock. 
Laprairie  and  St.  Johns — Arrive,  every  Morning,  except  Monday 

Depart,  every  morning,  except  Sunday,  at  quarter-past  8. 
Fhillipsburg  and  Henryville — Arrive,  every  Sunday,  Wednesday 

and  Friday — Depart,  every  Monday,  Wednesday  and  Friday, 

at  a  quarter  past  8,  A.  M. 
Sherbrooke  Route,  via  Charably  and  Granby,  and  from  thence  to 

Stanstead — Arrive,  Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday,  in  the 

Afteruoon — Depart,  Monday,  Wednesday  and  Friday,  at  half- 
past  10,  A.  M. 
Boucherville,  Varennes,  Vercheres — Arrive,  every  Tuesday  and 

Saturday  Afternoon — Depart,  every  Monday  and  Friday,   at 

half-past  10,  a.  m. 
Chambly,  via  St.  Johns — Arrive,  every  Wednesday',  Friday  and 

Sunday — Depart,  every  Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday,  at 

^  past  8,  A.  M. 
Mascoucho,  Terrebonne,  and  St.  Vincent  de  Paul — Arrive,  every 

Wednesday  and  Saturday,  in  the  Morning — Depart,  every 

Wednesday  and  Saturday,  at  1,  p.  m. 
New  Glasgow — Arrive,  every    Wednesday    Morning — Depart, 

Every  Saturday  at  1,  p.  m. 
L'Assomption — Arrive,  every  Wednesday,  and  Saturday,  in  the 

Morning — Depart,  every  Monday,  and  Thursday,  at  6,  p.  m. 


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Rawdon,  St.  Roc,  and  St.  Jacques — Arrive^  every  Saturday  in 
the  Morning — Depart^  every  Thursday  at  6,  p.  m. 

Chateauguay  Route — Arrive^  every  Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Sa- 
turday, in  the  Afternoon— Depart,  every  Tuesday,  Thursday 
and  Saturday,  at  6  o'clock,  p.  m. 

Beauhamois — Arrive^  every  Afternoon  except  Sunday — Depart, 
every  Afternoon,  except  Saturday,  at  6  o'clock. 

Lacadie,  LacoUe,  Napierville  and  Champlain — Arrive^  Tuesday, 
Thursday  and  Saturday  in  the  Forenoon — Depart^  Monday 
Wednesaay,  and  Friday  at  \  past  8,  a.  m. 

Pointe  Claire,  Vaudreuil,  St.  Ann's  and  Rigaud — Arrive^  every 
Friday  Morning — Depart,  every  Wednesday,  at  11,  A.  M. 

Norton  Creek,  Russeltown,  and  Manningville — Arrive,  erefy 
Saturday  Forenoon — Depart,  every  Wednesday  Morning  at  ^ 
past  8  o'clock. 

Baby  ville  and  Hemmingford — Arrive,  every  Wednesday  forenoon 
— Depart,  every  Monday  Morning  at  \  past  8  o'clock. 

Bedford  Route,  via  St.  Johns,  and  through  to  Stanstead—ilm't'e, 
every  Sunday,  Wednesday  and  Friday  Forenoon — Depart,  ev- 
ery Tuesday  and  Thursday,  at  4  o'clock,  p.  m„  and  on  Sunday 
at  Noon. 

Isle  aux  Noix,  Clarenceville,  and  Frelighsburg — Arrive,  every 
Tuesday,  Thursday  and  Saturday  Forenoon — Depart,  every 
Monday,  Wednesday  and  Friday  at  \  past  8,  a.  m. 

St.  Denis,  St.  Charles,  St.  Ours,  and  Beloeil — Arrive,  every  Mor- 
ning excepting  Tuesday — Depart,  every  Monday,  Wednesday 
and  Friday,  at  5  p.  m.  via  Wm.  Henry,  and  every  Tuesday, 
Thursday,  and  Saturday,  at  8|,  a.  m.  via  St.  Johns. 

St.  Hyacinthe — Arrive,  Tuesday,  Thursday,  and  Saturday,  via 
William  Henry,  and  in  the  Afternoon  via  Chambly — Depart, 
every  Monday,  Wednesday  and  Friday,  at  half-past  10,  a.  m. 
by  Chambly,  and  at  5,  p.  m,  by  Wm.  Henry. 

Eastern  Townships,  via  Three  Rivers — Arrive,  every  Sunday, 
Wednesday,  and  Friday,  in  the  Morning — Depart,  every  Tues- 
day, Thursday,  amd  Saturday,  at  5  p.  m. 

Lotbiniere,  St.  Pierre,  and  all  other  places  on  the  South  Side, 
from  Nicolet  to  Point  Levi — Arrive,  every  Saturday  morning — • 
Depart,  every  Saturday  Evening  at  5  o'clock. 

Beloeil,  Si.  Marie,  via  Chambly — Arrive,  every  Tuesday,  Thurs- 
day, and  Saturday  in  the  Afternoon — Depart,  every  Monday. 
Wednesday,  and  Friday,  at  half-past  10  a.  m. 

St.  Elizabeth,  Dailebout,  and  Industry,  via  Berthier — Arrive,  ev- 
ery Tuesday,  and  Friday  in  the  Morning — Depart,  every  Mon-> 
day  and  Thursday,  at  6  p.  m. 

United  States — Arrive,  every  Forenoon,  except  Monday — Depart 
every  Morning,  extjept  Sunday,  at  \  past  8  o'clock. 


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bAYS  OF  DESP.  THE  El^GLIBH  MAIL  FROM  MONTREAL. 

UaZS^X. Afgjt  closed  at  Montreal. 

JanuaryiS Friday,  December  25,  at  half-post  4  o'clock,  r.  m. 

Februarys Tuesday,  January  23,            do  do 

March  3 Tuesday,  February  20,         do  do 

Aprils Friday,  March  22,                do  do 

MayS Thursday,  April  18^             do  do 

May  18 Saturday,  May  11,            Ht  three  do 

Junes Tuesday,  May  28,                 do  do 

June  18 Wednesday,  June  12,           do  do 

Julys Thursday,  June  27,              do  do 

July  18 Friday,  July  12,                    do  do 

Augusts Saturday,  July  27,                do  du 

August  18 Monday,  August  12,             do  do 

Septembers Wednesday,  August  29,      do  do 

September  18 Thursday,  September  12,    do  do 

Octobers Friday,  September  27,          do  do 

October  18 Saturday,  October  12,          do  do 

Novembers Monday,  October  28,           do  do 

November  18 Monday,  November  11,        do  do 

December  3 Wednesday,  Nov.  22,  at  half-past  4  do 

December  18 Wednesday,  December  6,    do  du 


CORPORATION  OF  MONTREAL. 
His  Worship  the  Mayor— Joseph  Bourret,  Esquire. 


Hon.  Joseph  Masson, 
Boiv  Holmes, 


Peter  Dunn, 
William  Watson, 
John  Mathewson, 
P.  Beaubien,MD,MPP. 


aldermen: 

Hon.  C.  C.  S.  DeBleury, 
Joseph  Roy, 

COUIfClLLORS  : 


James  Ferrier. 
WiUiam  Luun. 


Frangois  Trudeau, 
Francois  Perrin, 
Pierre  Jodoin, 
Henry  Stuart, 

Assessors  for  1844. 


John  TuUy. 
Alfred  La  Hocque, 
Thomas  Mulson. 


Amable  Prevost,  East  Ward. 
Dugald  Stewart.Ccnfre  Ward. 
Alexander  Murphy,  West  Ward. 


P.  Drumgoole,  Queen's  Ward. 

J.  Peauchamp,  St.  Latcrencc  Ward, 

P.  Lamour,  St.  Mary's  Ward. 


Auditors  for  the  year  commencing  December  1,  i84S. 
David  Davidson,  and  E.  R  Fabre,  Esquires. 

OFFICERS : 


J.  P.  Sexton,  City  Clerk. 
Arthur  Ross,  City  Treasurer. 
John  Ostell,  City  Surveyor. 
11.  D.  Bodley,  Assist.  Clerk's  Office. 
G.  Harding,      do.  Treas's      do. 
W.  G.  Ross,     do.    do.  do. 

J.  M'Kercher,  overseer  of  Highways, 
Streets,  and  Bridges, 


J.  A.  Bourdon,  Clerk  ofN.  Market. 
Maurice  Eardly,  Clerk  of  Hay  do. 
J.  Abbott,  Clerk  of  St.  Ann     do. 
J.    Robillard,    Clerk   and    Pound. 

keeper,  Viger  Market. 
Antoine   Schwartz,    Assist.    Clerk, 

Hay  Market, 
Henry  O'Donougbue,  Messenger. 


Pierre  Blanchet,  Translator, 

Thomas  Mitchell,  Esq.,  Attorney. 
Messrs.  William  Ross  and  Pierre  Lamothe,  Notaries  PiMic. 

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COMMITTEES, 

Nominated  Tuesday,  I2th  December,  1843. 

FINANCE. 

Alderman  B.  Holmes,  Chaimumt 
Aldermau  Hon.  J.  Masaon,  |         Councillor  P.  Beaubieti, 


ikldcrman  J.  Roy, 


I         Councillor  H.  Stewart. 

LIGHT  : 

Aldorm&a  William  Lunn,  Chairman. 
Alderman  B.  Holmes,  1         Councillor  A.  La  Rocque, 

Aid.  Hon.  C.  C.  8.  De  Bleurjr  |         Councillor  P.  Dunn. 

MARKETS : 
Alderman  Joseph  Roy,  Chairman. 


Alderman  William  Lunn, 
( 'ouucillor  Thoinus  Mulson, 


Councillor  F.  Trndeau, 
Councillor  J.  TuUy. 


POLICE  AND  HEALTH: 
Alderman  Hon.  C.  C.  S.  De  Bloury,  Chairman. 


Councillor  F.  Perrin, 
Councillor  Thomas  Molson. 


r-mncillor  H.  Stuart, 
Ojunoillor  A.  La  Rocque, 

ROADS  AND  IMPRO\ EMENTS : 
Councillor  Pierre  Beaubion,  M.  D.  Chairw<in. 


Alderiimii  James  Ferrier, 
('oiinc-illor  F  Trudeau, 


Councillor  P.  Jodoin, 
Councillor  William  Watspn 


FIRE  : 

Alderman  James  Ferrier,  Ci!airni;in, 

Councillor  P.  Perrin,  I  CouiKillor  J.  Muthewson, 

Cu'imiilor  A.  Kooque^  |         CoiUKillur  Johu  Tuily, 


MUNICIPAL  TAXES. 


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Oil  tlio  owners  of  all  real  property  within  tlic  city,  Is.  in  the  pound. 

On  the  Tenants  of  do.  3d.  in  the  pound. 

(>)inmutation  money  in  the  lieu  of  statute  labuur,  Ss. 

On  sales  by  public  auction,  1  per  cent. 

On  Wholeliiale  Merchants,  ^10  for  every  jf  100  of  assessed  yearly  value  of 

premises. 
On  Retail  Merchants,  .£10,  do  do 

On  Tavern  Keepers,  from  .£10  up  to  .£35,  in  proportion  to  yearly  value  of 

premises — in  addition  to  rates  imposed  by  Provincial  enactments. 
On  Retailers  of  Liquors  (.not  being  tavern-keepers)  jf  10  per  cent,  on  yearly 

value  of  premises. 
On  Auctioneers,  .£50  per  annum. 
On  Livery  Stable  Keepers,  £10  per  annum,  15s.  for  every  two-wheeled  car- 

iape,  and  20s.  for  every  four-wheeled  do. 
Oii  r^wnbrokers,  £2.  10s.  per  annum. 

On  Private  Hilliard  Tables,  .£25,  and  on  Public  do.  ^50  per  annum. 
On  two-wheeled  Carriages  for  hire,  15s.  and  on  four  wheeled  do.  208. 
On  Stage  Coaches,  &c.  drawn  by  two  horses, -£2  lOs.;  by  four  horSt8,.£3  15b. 
On  Pleasure  Carriages — Four  wheeled  close,  ,£3 :  do.  half  covered,  jf2 ; 

double  Dennet,  .£1.  10s. ;  Caleche,  Oig,  &c.  one  horse,  ^1. 
On  every  Dog,  7s.  6d. 
On  Proprietors  of  Theatres,  .£10  per  annum  and  128.  6d,  for  each  night  of 

l>erforniauec. 
On  Caravans  of  Wild  Beasts,  .£5  0  0.  on  opening,  and.£l  6s.  for  every  sub- 

sequent  day. 


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RATES  AND  FARES 

OP 

CABS,    C  ALE  SHE  S,     CARTS,     &c. 


FKOM— TO 

And  vice  veiea. 


Steamboiit  Lamiing  to  any 

place  within 
■pirst  Division,  • 
fittcond  Division, 
TLird  Division,  - 
Any  (>f  tlie  Stands  to  any 

pli\re  within 
First  Division,  • 
Second  Division, 
Third  OivLsion,- 

By  the  Hour,     •       .      C 


COACHES 

Drawn  by  two  horses. 


o  o 


s    d 
I    3 

1  10 

■i    6 


1     3 

1   10 

■3    G 


J?  2 


IS  c  o 

J  .2  £ 

o.t;  41 

«T3  ft. 


5s  for  the  lir.^i,  and  3,s 
9d  each  subsequent 
hour. 


CABS. 


OS 
a. 


8    d 

0  10 

1  0 
I     3 


0  7J 

0  10 

1  3 


«  5 


0  10 

1  0 
1     6 


H^ 


a    d 
1     8 

1  10 

2  0 


•2s  for  the  (irst,  ,nid 
Is  M  each  '>ubse 
quent  hour. 


CA  LECHES. 


c  * 


=  5 


A  (1 

0  7.\   I 

0  lOll 

1  0  I 


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1^    Ch 


0  I 

oil 
'ill 


la  8d  for  tlie  fif.-t, 
and  Is  3(1  each  sub- 
sequent lio'ir. 


CARTAGE. 


Fnim  any  of  the  Harborl  KIRE-WOOD, 

Wharves  (&  vice  yer.sa);From  Canal  (and  vice  versa) 


to  any  place  within  the 


Goods  not  hereinafter''**  ■^• 

mentioned, — for  each 

load  not  exceeding  15i  «.  d 

ewt. 

Do.  15  to  20  cwt. 

Do.  20  cwt  &  upward 

100  bushels  of  Salt. 

100  bushels  of  Grain. 

C.  of  Wood,  oif  rafts. 

Do.    do.  out  of  boats 

Boards,  per  100pcs.| 

1  in.thick,12ft.  long) 

Do.  2  inch  Plank 

Do.  3  inch    do 

Coals,  per  chaldron 


1 
1 


2    (> 


to  any  place  in 
St.  Ann  Suburbs,. 
St.  Joseph  Suburb.'',. 
St.  Antoine  Suburbs,.. 
St.  Lawrence  Suburbs,  west 

of  St.  Lawrence  Street,... 
St,  Lawrence  Sub.  N.  E.  of 

&  including  St.  Lewis  St. 
Quebec  Sub.as  far  as  Vic.R. 

Do.        beyond      do. 
"Within  the  limits  of  the  1st 

Div.west  of  St.  Joseph  St. 
Do,  N.  E.  of  St.  Joseph  St. 

A  SUES. 

From  Canal  to  Insp.  Store, 

for  each  load  of  3  barrels,  0    9 
Insp.  Store  toWhai'ves,  do.  0  "J 

roniC  AND  BEEF. 


3 
3 
4 

2 
2 


From  any  of  tJie  Harbor  V^iarvre  at  any  From  Canal  or  Wharves  to 
place  in  the  First  Division^  to  the  Canal     any  place  in  1st  Div.  (and 


loiViin  the  City  limits — 


s.  d. 


V.  v.)  each  load  of  4  brls.  0  7  J 

FI.OUR. 


For  each  load  n(»t  exceeding  15  cwt.  0  10|From  Can. to  liar. Wharves, 

Do.        do.      from  15  to  20  cwt 1    0,     or  any  place  in  l.st  Div.(& 

Do.        do.      20  cwt.  and  upwards, .   1     31     v.  v.)  each  load  of  5  brls.,  0    9 

DIVISIONS  REFERRED  TO  IN  THE  ABOVE  TABLES, 

First  Division.— That  portion  between  Trince  Street,  Saint  Ann 
Suburbs,  thence  by  a  direct  line  to  the  St.  Antoine  Bridge,  thence  along 
Craig  and  St.  Lewis  Streets  to  Lacroix  Street,  and  thence  downwards  to 
the  River. 

Seco.vd, — That  portion  of  the  City  bounded  by  the  boundary  of  the  above 
described  First  Divisicm  and  M'Cord  Street,  Mountain  Street  a,s  far  as  its 
junction  with  St.  Antoine  Street,  and  thence  by  a  straight  line  to  the 
junction  of  St.  Catherine  and  Alexander  Streets,  thence  along  St.  Catherine 
Street  to  Victoria  Road,  and  thence  down  to  tlie  River. 

Third. — That  portion  of  the  City  beyond  the  last  described  Divif-ion  and 
within  the  City  limits. 


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FIRE  ENGINES,  STATIONS  AND  CAPTAINS. 

1.  Ph(enix,  Qrcat  St.  James  Street.— Captain  John  Cliff,  Lieut.  John  Orr. 

2.  Nkptlne,  St.  Mary  St.  Quebec  5u6«.— Capt.  B.  Robinson,  Lieut.  A. 
M'Naughton. 

3.  Alliance,  Place  (f^rwi^a.— Captain  James  Spears,  I,icut.  John  Surtees 

4.  Cataract,  Montreal   Water    TTorJfcj.— Capt.  Jas.    M'Nider,    Lieut.   D. 
Turbayne. 

5.  Queen,  Wellington  St.  Gr\ffiintoten.—C&'pt.  W.  Hutchinson,  Lieut.  E. 
Maxwell. 

n.  MuTCAL,  St.  Lawrence  /Sf.— Capt.  Joseph  Poitras,  Lieut.  J.  B.  Tison. 

7.  Hose  Company,  Little  St-  James  St. — Capt.  J.  P.  Ashton,  Lieut.  A. 
Samuels. 

8.  Union,  Oreat  St.  James  St. — Capt.  B.  Lyman,  Lieut.  N.  S.  Froste. 

9.  Hero,  St.  Joseph  Street,  St.  Joseph  Suburbs,  Capt.  Michael  Moses,  Lieut. 
Leon  Malard. 

10.  Hook  &  Ladder,  Great  St.  James  Street — Capt.  W.E.  Ilodges,  Lieut 
J.  GoodwiUie. 


INSPECTORS  OF  PRODUCE. 

Ashes— E.M.  Leprohon,  John  Dydeand  James  E.  Major, 
Inspectors. 
Flour— William  Watson,  Inspector. 
Bkef  and  Pork —  Inspector. 

Fish  and  Oil. — Peter  Merckell,  Inspector. 

FEES  ALLOWED  TO  INSPECTORS  OP  PRODUCE. 

To  Inspectors  of  Ashes, 
5(].  per  cwt.  for  inspection  and  branding. — Cooperage,  the 
actual  costs  disbursed  by  the  Inspector,  but  not  to  exceed 
9d.  per  bri.  6d.  per  brl.  for  storage,  if  stored  more  than  ten 
days,  and  3d.  per  brl.  for  each  subsequent  month— reckoning 
the  second  month  to  commence  forty  days  from  the  date  ol 
the  invoice,  weigh  note,  or  inspection  bill. 

[By  the  Provincial  Act,  6  Victoria,  chap.  6,  (which  took 
effect  1st.  January,  1843,)  Ashes  may  be  exported  without 
inspection,  provided  one  end  of  the  barrel  be  legibly  marked 
with  the  name  and  address  of  the  manufacturer,  the  weight 
and  tare  of  the  cask,  and  the  quality  of  the  Ashes  contained 
in  it.] 

To  Inspectors  of  Flour, 
2d.  per  brl.  for  inspection  and  branding. 

To  Inspectors  of  Beef  and  Pork. 
Is.  per  brl.  and  T^d.  per  half  brl.  for  inspection  and  branding 
Cooperage,  an  extra  charge,  but  not  to  exceed  6d.  per  brl. 

To  Inspectors  of  Fish  and  Oil. 
For  inspecting  and  branding  each  tierce  of  Fish,  Is.  2d. ;  half 
tierce,  9d.  Each  box  of  Herrings,  2d.  For  inspecting, 
each  quintal  of  Dried  Cod,  Id. ;  draft  of  Green  Fish,  8d. 
Inspecting  and  branding  Oil :— Cask,  Is.;  tierce.  Is.  Id.; 
hhd.  Is.  3J. ;  pun.  Is.  5(1.     Cooperage  extra  . 


on,  Lieut.  E. 


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TOLLS,    RATES,    AND    WHARFAGE    DUES 

TO  BE  LEVIED  IN  THE 

HARBOUR  OF  MONTREAL, 

BY  VIRTUE  OF  THE  ORDINANCE,  4  VICTORIA,  C.  1"2. 

S.     'I. 

On  Vessels  from  Sea,  and  River  Craft,  per  ton  of  their  bur- 
then by  register,  for  each  day  they  remain  in  Port, 

including  the  days  of  airival  and  departure, 0  ('{- 

On  Steamboats,  per  ton  burthen,  do.        do <>  <  j 

On  Barges  belonging  to  Steamboats,  per  ton  burthen,  do.do  <»  oj 
On  Barges  from   Upper  Canada  and  Durham  Boats,  if 

decked,     do.     do 2  <> 

On  Barges  from  Upper  Canada  and  Durham  Boats  if  un- 
decked,    do.     do I  ^* 

On  Boats  employed  in  carrying  Wood,     do.     do I  0 

On  Batteaux,     do.     do 1  <^' 

On  Steam  Ferry  per  ton  burthen,     do.     do 0  (i 


EXECUTIVE  GOVERNMENT  OF  CANADA. 

Itesiding  Permanently  in  Montreal, 
GOVERNOR  GENERAL. 

nis  Excellency  the  Right  Hon.  Sib  Charles  Thkophilus  Mrtcatth,  IJaro- 
net,  Knight  Grand  Ci-oss  of  the  Most  Honorable  Order  of  tho  Math,  rue 
of  Her  Majesty's  Most  Honorable  Privy  Counci'.Governor  General  of  Brit- 
ish North  America,  and  Captain  General  and  Governpr-in-chief  in  .-md 
over  the  Provinces  of  Canada,  Nova  Scotia,  New  Brunswick  and  the  Island 
of  Prince  Edward,  and  Vice- Admiral  of  the  same. 

Jas.Macaulay  Higginson,  Civil  and  Private  Secretary;  Capt.  John  Stndholme 
Brownrigg,  Military  Secretary  and  Principal  A.D.C 

Captain  Balfour,  72nd  Regt.and    Lieut.  Campbell,  Royal  Canadian  Rifle 
Regt.  Aides-de-Camp, 
N.  B. — The  Governor  General  resides  at  Monklands,  but  receives  vJsitxrs 

every  Monday,  Wednesdf^y,  and  Friday,  from  12  till  3  o'clock, at  the  Govern. 

ment  House,  Notre  Dame  Street, 


EXECUTIVE  COUNCIL. 

Office,  Government  House,  Notre  Dame  Street. 

Hon.  Denis  Benjamin  Viger,  President  of  the  Council, 
Hon.  Dominick  D.nly,  Provincial  Secretary. 
Hon.  William  H.  Draper. 

OFFICERS. 


S8? 

4 


Etienne  Parent,  Clerk. 
W.  H.  Lee,  Assistant  and  Confiden- 
tial Clerk. 
Thojuas  G.  Hurd.    Second  Clerk. 

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Samuel  B.  Suiith.  Third  Clerk. 
Michael  Naughton,  and  Davjd  Rvim, 
Mess-eng^rs. 


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LEGISLATIVE  COUNCIL. 
Ojjiee,  Government  Buildimjs,  Commissioners  Strcef, 
(formerly  8T.  Ann's  market.) 
PERMANENT    OFFICERS. 


Jainos  Fitzi^ibbon,  Clerk. 

Clis.  I)c  Lrry,  .Inn.  )    .     ,    (-.,„„^- 

.1.  F.  Tailor,  .Jun.    J  ^^^^-  ^'<5'^«8. 

Uolif.  l.cnioino  Frciicli  Translator. 

I{.  Armour,  Law  Clerk  and  English 
TraMHlatur. 

Kov.  W.  A.  Adainson,  Ciiaplain,  act- 
ing also  as  Libiaritin. 


J.  F.  Ta.vlor, Sen. Master  in  Clmnccrj. 
F.  H.  .Jarvis,  Gent.  Usher  of  the  Black 

Rod. 
Olhicr  Vallcrand,  Serjcant-at-Arm? . 
Thomas  Urooke,  Doorkooper. 
Thomas  Keatiny,  Ch.  Messenger  and 

Housekeeper. 


HOUSE  OF  ASSEMBLY. 

PERMANENT  OIFICER.S. 

Office^  Government  Buildings,  Commissioners  Street. 


William  B.  Lindsay,  Clerk. 

(J.  H.  Faribault,  Assistant  Clerk. 

li.  W.  Wicksteed,  EnKli^h  Trans- 
lator, acting  also  as  Law  Clerk. 

llt'ini  Voyer,  French  Translator. 

F,  X.  CJarnoan,  Assistant  French 
Translator. 

Wm.  P.  Patrick,  First  Office  Clerk. 

Wm. Ross,  First  Clerk  yf  Committees. 

.Alfred  Patrick,  Second        do 

Thomas  Vuux,  Second  Office  Clerk. 


P.   E,   Gagnon,    First   Clerk  of  the 

Journals. 
George  M.  Muir,  Second  Clerk  of  the 

Journals. 
Dr.  William  Winder,  Librarian. 
Alphcus  Todd,  Assist     do 
Fehx  Forticr,  Clerk  of  the  Crown  in 

Chancery. 
George  Chisholm,  Serjeant-at-Arms. 
A.  Leroux  dit  Cardinal,  Chief  M»,'S. 

senger. 
Hugh  McLellan,  Doorkeeper. 


CIVIL  SECRETARY'S  OFFICE. 

Government  House,  Notre  Dame  Street,  (Bight  Wing.) 


.1    M.  lligginson.  Civil  Secretary, 
lljary  Cotton,  Chief  Clerk. 
\V.  R.  Bartlett,  Second  Clerk. 


Michael  Turner,  Third  Clerk. 
PhiUp  St.  Hill,  Office-keeper, 
John  M'Cluskey^  Messenger. 


PROVINCIAL  SECRETARY'S  OFFICE. 
Government  House.   Notre  Dame   Street. 


Hon.  Dominick  Daly,  Provincial  Se-r  Christopher  Dunkin,  Assistant  Secy. 


ctary. 

Iopkirk%  Asst.  Secretary  (West.) 
Harrington,  Chief  Clerk  and 
erk  of  the  Blue  Book, 
lit  Powell,    Edward    Kent,    and 
Henry  E.  Steele,  Clerkj*. 


1      (EastT) 
Wni.  Lanc,Thos.  Ross,  Henry  Jarmy, 
and  W.  H.  Jones,  Clerks. 

David,  Luck,  Otfice-keeper 


RECEIVER  GENERAL'S  OFFICE. 

Government  House,  Notre  Dame  Street,  (Left  Wing.) 

Receiver  General.  I  Thomas  A.  Cary,  Second  Clerk. 

ijernard  Turquand,  Acting  Receiver     George  Hamilton,  Tliird  Clerk. 
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per. 
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(7. 

!rk  of  the 

Icrk  of  the 

nrinn. 

)  Crown  in 

t-at-Arnis. 
:hief  Mls. 

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INSPECTOR  GENERAL'S  OFFICE. 

Government  IIoHHe^  Notre  Dame  Street. 


Inspector  General. 

Joseph  Cary,  Deputy  Inspector  Oe- 

neral. 
Philip  Uurnford,  First  Clerk. 


David  HitHS,  Second  <'lork. 
Matthew  Frederick  Ferguson,  Book- 
keeper. 
Matthew  Jack,  Third  Clerk. 


SURVEYOR  GENE  HAL'S  OFFICE, 

r)5  Notre  Dame  Street, 


Thomas  Parke,  Surveyor  CJoneral. 
Joseph  Houchette,  Sen.  Surveyor  and 

Draftsman. 
Andrew  Kussoll,  Surveyor  and  do 
E.  T.  Fletcher  Assistant  do  C.  E. 
Willlani  Spraggc,  Chief  Clerk. 


Thomas  Hector,  Second  Clerk, 
11.  J.  Junes,  Third  do 

Mooie  liiggins,  konrth        do 
John  Shaw,  Assistant  do 

William  Walker,  Messenfjer. 


BOARD    OF    WORKS, 

45  Notre  Dame  Street. 


Hon.  IT.  n.  Killaly,  Chairman. 
Samuel  Kecfer,  Engineer, 


Thomas  A.  Regley,  Secretary. 
John  II.  Connolly,  Clerk. 


CROWN  LANDS  OFFICE, 
45  Notre  Dame  Street. 


,  Commissioner. 

J.  Dean,  Accountant. 


Tancred  Bontillier,  Assistant  Com- 
missioner. 


rk. 
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tant  Secy, 
ry  Jarmy, 

rs. 


lerk. 
erk. 


PROVINCIAL  REGISTRAR'S  OFFICE, 
60  Notre  Dame  Street. 


Richard  A.  Tucker,  Provincial  Re- 
gistrar. 


William  Kent,  First  Clerk. 
George  Henry  Lane,  Second  Clerk, 


L.ii.) 

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PUBLIC  OFFICES. 

Office  of  Adjutant  General  of  the  Forces,  (Col.  Wetherall,  C.  B.) 
20,  St.  Denis  .street.  f 

Office  of  Adjutant  General  of  Militia,  (Lieut.  Col.  Gugy,i 
Notre  Dame  street.  * 

Office  of  Barrack  Master,  (W.  H  Gray,)  Water  street,  near 

Office  of  Bankrupt  Court,  (W.  Badgley,  judge,)  10  Little  St. 

James  street. 
Office  of  City  Surveyor,  (J.  Ostell,)  City  Hall,  Notre  Dame  st. 
Office  of  City  Treasurer,  A.  Ross,  City  Hall,  Notre  Dame  st. 
Office  of  City  Clerk,  (J.  P.  Sexton,)  City  Hall,  Notre  Dame  st. 
Office  of  Clerk  of  the  Peace,  A.  M.  DeUsle,  Court  House,  Notre 

Dame  street. 


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Office  of  the  Collector  of  Customs  ( W.  Hall,)  at  the  Custom  House 

St.  Paul  street. 
Office  of  Commissary  General,  (William  Filikr,)  53  Notre  Dame 

street. 
Office  of  Commisioner  of  Police,  (W.  Erraatinger,)  Court  House, 

Notre  Dame  street. 
Office  of  the  Commissioners  for  Improving  the  Harbour  of  Mon- 
treal, Commissioners  street,  near  Custom  House  square. 
Office  of  Coroner  of  the  District,  (Joseph  Jones,)  City  Bank 

Buildings,  St.  Paul  street. 
Office  of  District  Inspector,  (D.S.  Stewart,)  corner  Craig  and  St. 

Urbain  streets. 
Office  of  the  Inspector  General  of  Hospitals,  (John  Shortt,  M.  D.) 

7  Dalhousie  Square. 
Office  of  Engineer  Department,  (Col.  Halloway,)  24  Notre  Dame 

street. 
Office  for  Emigrants,  (James   Alison,  Agent,)  Commissioners 

street,  facing  the  Steamboat  Wharf. 
Office  of  Harbour  Master,  Commissioners  street,  near  Custom 

House  square. 
Office  of  Inspection  of  Pot  and  Pearl  Ashes,  (E.  M.  Leprohon, 

John  Dyde,  and  Edward  Major,)  College,  near  M'Gill  st. 
Office  of  the  Mayor  of  the  City,  (J.  Bourret,)  St.  Gabriel  street. 
Office  of  the  Prothonotary,  (Monk,  Coffiu  &  Papiueau,)  Court 

House,  Notre  Dame  street. 
Office  of  the  Registrar,  (E.  Dowling,)  12  Little  St.  James  street. 
Office  of  the  Sheriff;  (Boston  &  Coffin,)  Court  House,  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Office  of  the  Town  Major,  (C.  M'Donald,)  63  St.  Lewis  street. 
Office  of  the  Trinity  House,  (11.  Armour,  Master,)  Commissioners 

street,  near  Custom  House  square. 
Office  of  the  Turnpike  Trustees,  12  St.  Jean  Baptiste,  near  Notre 

Dame  street. 
Office  of  the  Wharfinger,  ( Wm.  Brown,)  67  Commissioners  street, 

near  Custom  House  S(iuare. 
Poflt  Office,  (Jas.  Porteous,  P.  M.)  15  Great  St.  James  street. 
Office  of  Indian  Department,  (Col.  Napier,)  corner  Hospital  and 

St.  John  streets. 
Office  of  the  Quarter  Master  General,  (Hon.  Col.  Gore,)  Durham 

Place,  St.  Lewis  street. 
0<Me  of  Ordnance  Department,  (F.  Sisson,  store  keeper,)  Water, 

near  St.  Claude  street. 
Office  of  the  Military  Secretary, (Captain  J.  S.  Brownrigg,)  Dal- 
housie square. 


JUSTICES  OF  THE  PEACE. 

Armour,  Robert,  Sen.,  35  St.  Urbain  street. 

Arnoldi,  D.,  17  St.  Charles  Borromee  street. 

Barrett,  J.  T.,  109  St.  Paul  street. 

Beaubien,  P.,  corner  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  and  Craig  streets. 


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Beaudrv,  J.  L.,  80  Notre  Daino  street. 

Belle,  tfoscph,  12  St.  Lambert  street. 

Berthelct,  B.,  171  Notre  Dame  street. 

Berthelet,  O.,  201  Notre  Dame  street.  , 

Boulanget,  J.  C,  112,  St.  Paul  street. 

Brault,  C.  A.,  3  St.  Joseph  street. 

Brewster,  B.,  179  St.  Paul  street. 

Brown,  James,  74  St.  Antoine  street. 

Bruneau,  Jean,  2  St.  Joseph  street. 

Bruneau,  O.  T.,  corner  St.  Helen  and  Recollet  streets. 

Buchanan,  A.,  12  St.  Gabriel  street. 

Charelbois,  B.  II.,  17  St.  Joseph  street. 

Cherrier,  C.  S.,  St.  Denis  streeL 

Comte,  Louis,  50  St.  George  street. 

Connolly,  Wm.,  Sherbrooke,  near  St.  Andre  street. 

Corse,  Ilenry,  205  St.  I'aul  street 

Cringan,  Thomas,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

CuviTlier,  Hon.  Austin,  St.  Sacrament  street. 

Dewitt,  Jacob,  53  St.  Antoine  street, 

DriscoU,  Ilenry,  22  St.  Jean  Baptiste  street. 

Dunn,  Peter,  186  Notre  Dame  street. 

Dyde,  John,  Radigonde,  near  Craig  street. 

Erraatinffcr,  W.,  Court  llouse,  Notre  Dame  street. 

Pabre,  liT.  R.,  5  St.  Vincent  street, 

Ferrler,  James,  St.  Alexander,  near  St  Bernard  street. 

Fisher,  Duncan,  25  Little  St.  James  street. 

Frechette,  Olivier,  entrance  St.  Antoine  street. 

Furniss,  Albert,  4  Place  d'Armes. 

Gale,  Hon.  Samuel,  41  Notre  Dame  street. 

Gugy,  B.  C.  A„  62  Notre  Dame  street. 

Guv,  Hon.  Lewis,  off  St.  Lewis  street,  near  Berry  lane. 

Hall,  Wm.,  corner  Victoria  road  and  St.  Catherine  street. 

Hall,  Benjamin,  Mount  Pleasant. 

Hart,  Benjamin,  corner  llecollet  and  St.  Helen  streets.. 

Hayes,  M.  J.,  28  Notre  Dame  street. 

Holmes,  Benjamin,  3  Great  St.  James  street. 

Jackson,  H.,  2  Cornwall  terrace. 

Jodoin,  Pierre,  St.  Paul  street. 

Labadie,  J.  A.,  14  Little  St.  James  street. 

Laeombe,  P.,  St,  Urbain  street,  near  Albert  place. 

Lacroix,  P.  J.,  Sanguinet,  above  Mignonne  street. 

Laframboise,  A.,  71  Craig  street. 

Lamothe,  P.  164  Notre  Dame  street. 

Leblanc,  Ovido,  27  Little  St.  James  street. 

Lemoine,  B.  H.,  St.  Francois  Xavier  street, 

Leprohon,  E.  M.,  comer  Radigonde  and  Lagauchetit^rc  streets. 

Leslie,  James,  190  Notre  Dame  street. 

Lunn,  Wm.,  Sherbrooke,  near  Bleury  street. 

M'CuUoch,  Michael,  1 1  St.  Gabriel  street. 

M'Gill,  Hon.  P.,  160  St.  Paul  street. 

Masson,  Hon.  Joseph,  124  Notre  Dame  street 


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Masson,  D.,  corner  St.  Joseph  and  M'GUl  streets. 

Mathenrson,  John,  8  St.  Joseph  street. 

Mcilleur,  J.  B.,  27  St.  Denis  street. 

Mills,  John  £.,  37  St.  Francois  Xavier  street. 

Moffatt,  Hon.  G.,  134  St.  Paul  street. 

Molson,  Hon.  John,  Sherbrooke,  near  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Mount,  E.  H.,  Craig,  near  St.  Antoine  street. 

Ostell,  John,  36  Great  St.  James  street. 

Pare,  Hubert,  corner  St.  Fran9ois  Xavier  and  Great  St  James  sts. 

Pothier,  Hon.  T.,  38  Craig  street. 

Perrault,  A.,  St.  Gabriel,  near  Craig  street. 

Perrin,  Francois,  126  Notre  Dame  street. 

Pyke,  Hon.  George,  Mignonne,  near  St,  Denis  street. 

Uolland,  Hon.  J.  R.,  Dorchester  street. 

Roy,  Joseph,  36  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Shuter,  Joseph,  Sherbrooke  street. 

Smith,  H.  B.,  188  St.  Paul  street. 

Tjiit,  Charles,  corner  St.  Gabriel  and  St.  Ther^se  streets. 

Trestler,  J.  B.  C,  3  Little  St.  James  street. 

Torrance,  David,  198  St.  Paul  street. 

Trudeau,  F.,  10  St.  Denis  street. 

Vallce,  Joseph,  59  St.  Lawrence  street. 

Vigor,  Hon,  D*  B.,  Dalhousie  square* 

Viger,  Jacques,  Bonsecours  street. 
Ward,  S.  S.,  Wellington,  near  King  street. 
Watson,  William,  23  St.  Joseph  street. 


MERCANTILE  AND  LITERARY  ASSOCIA- 

TIONS. 
MERCANTILE  LIBRARY  ASSOCIATION. 


yf.  Newhouge,  President. 

Theodore  Lyman,  Vice  President. 

T.  M.  Taylor,  Corresponding  Secretary. 


G.  H.  Frothingham  Recording  Sec. 
Georgo  Bent,  Treasurer. 


DIRECTORS. 


H.  E.  Montgomerie, 
J.  W.  Cumming, 
T.  II,  Forsyth, 


E.  T.  Taylor, 
S.  L.  Taylor, 
H.  Dickenson, 


W.  C.  Evans, 
J.  Murray, 


F.  Frothingham. 
J.  H.  Winne, 


E.  H.  RicliardsoD,  Librarian. 


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NATURAL  HISTORY  SOCIETY. 

William  Badgloy,  President. 
Rev.  TIenry  Esson,  A.  M.,  Dr.  Crawfor<\  und  Dr.  Belin,  Vice.Presidcnt4. 
John  Glass,  Trensurer.     [    J,  T.  Brondgeest,  Corresponding  Secretary. 
Robert  M'Kay,  Recording  Secretary. 
J.  H.  Joseph,  Librarian  and  Cabinet  Keeper. 

COUNCIL. 
Drs.  Holmes,  Hall  and  Campbell,  II.  Ramsay  and  William  Edmonstone. 

LinUART  COMMITTEE. 
J.  T.  Brondgeest,  Drs.  Holmes,  M'Culloch,  Hall  and  So  well     i 


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MECHANICS'  INSTITUTE. 

Forti/katUm  Lane,  in  rear  of  the  Montre<d  Bank. 


David  Brown,  Pretident. 
Ilouier  Taylor,2nd  V.  President. 
Geo.  UoM,  Corre*.  Secretary. 


John  Whitelaw,  senr.  \gt  Viee-Pretident. 
Andrew  Cowan,  treasurer. 
Charles  Garth,  Recording  Secretary. 

COMMITTEE. 


Robert  Goodwillie 
Janiea  Spiers, 
James  Morice, 


George  Bowie, 
J.  Whitelaw,  junr. 
John  Hilton, 


John  Kelly,  I  Wm.  Dnnlap, 
George  Garth,  J.  Sutherland, 
Hect.  Munroe, ' 


James  Maxwell,  Teacher  of  School.    Mr.  Pringle,  Librarian  and  Collector. 


ADVOCATES'  LIBRARY. 


Alexander  Buchanan,  Q.C.  President 
Frederick  Griffin,  Treasurer. 


ComeS.  CherricriVtM-PrefidMl. 
Edward  Barnard,  Secretary. 

COMMITTEE  OF  MANAGEMENT. 

DuDcan  Fisher,  Edward  Barnard,  and  William  C.  Meredith. 


MONTREAL  PHRENOLOGICAL  SOCIETY. 

John  Young,  President. 
A.  Murray,  Treasurer.      |  J.  B.  Torry,  Secretary. 
Managing  Committee — A.  Robertson,  A.  Benniug  and  John  Smith, 
/ioonw— Mercantile  Library  Association. 


MUTUAL  INSTRUCTION  SOCIETY. 

Patron— William  Badgley. 
H.  E.  Montgomerie,  President.         I    Edward  Roe,  Vice  President. 
8.  L.  Tavlor,  Secretary.  1    J.  U.  Winne,  Treasurer. 

ComtnUtee—W .  MTarlane,  J.  Munson,  D.  Fraser. 


SHAKSPEARE  DRAMATIC  &  LITERARY  CLUB. 

W.  M.  B.  Hartley,  President.      |   8.  H.  Finden,  Vice-President. 
Joseph  Smith,  Secretary. 


NATIONAL  SOCIETIEa 


John  Dyde. 


ST.  GEORGE'S  SOCIETY. 

Henry  Gri£3n,  President. 

Vice  Presidents. 

I  Charles  H.  Castle. 

OFFICERS. 


Henry  Fowler,  Treasurer, 
Ogilvy  Moffatt,  Secretary, 
Wm.  Nowhouse  Astt.  Secretary. 


Rev.  Dr.  Bethune,  Chaplain. 
A.  F.  Holmes,  Physician. 


STEWARDS. 


W.  F.  Coffin. 
John  Jones. 
F.  G.  Johnson. 


J.  Joseph. 
G.  A.  Scriven, 
B.  S.  Tylee. 


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.Toaepli  Jones. 
Oeurgo  FUtt. 
J.  Sprostou, 


Hichard  Gprard. 
K.  8,  Tjlee. 


CIIARITABLB  COMMITTEE. 

Joseph  Savage. 
Willlain  Footner 


COMMITTEE  OF  ACCOUNTS. 

I  Charles  Rodwel 


SAINT  ANDREW'S  SOCIETY. 
John  Boston — President 

II.  Ramsay,  and  W.  Edmonstone,  Vice  Preridents. 

MAMAOERS. 

H.  Allan,  I     W.  Dow,  I      Walter  Benny. 

A.  U.  Armour.  I     "Wro.  Watsun,  |      J.  M.  Ferres. 
Rev.  Drs.  Mathieson  and  Black,  Chaplains. 
C.A.  Campbell  and  W.  McNider,  Phyaici<m$. 
William  Gunn,  Treagurer. 
John  Eadie,  Seeretarjf.     |      William  Auld,  Asaiitant  Secretary. 

STANDING  COMMITTEE. 

John  Armour,  I  A.  Urquhart, 

N.  Mackintosh,  \  J.  Whitelaw, 


Donald  Ross, 
D.  Gurrie, 


COMMITTEE  OF  ACCOUNTS. 

C.  E.  Anderson, 
David  Mackay. 

COMMITTEE  OF  INSTALMENT. 

A.  Allan,  |  J.  H.  Birss. 

iteeting$S  ecoud  Thursday  of  February,  Mav,  August  and  Norember. 
The  latt«r  meeting  for  the  election  of  Office  Bearers. 


SAINT  PATRICK'S  SOCIETY. 
Wm.  Workman — President, 


John  P.  Sexton,  Ist  Vice  President. 
John  Tully,  2nd  Vice  President. 
John  Kelly,  Treasurer. 
Henry  Harkin,  Corresponding  Secy. 


John  Collins,  Recording  Secretary. 
William  Casey,  Assistant     do 
Right  Rev.  Bishop  Phelan,  Chaplain. 
Rev.  P.  O'ConneU  A$st.  Chaplatn. 


COMMITTEE  OF  MANAGEMENT. 


Alexander  Workman. 
George  B.  Cullin. 
James  Doyle. 


Thomas  Magrane. 
John  Curran. 
Thomas  Lett. 


COMMITTEE  OF  CHARITY. 


Thoma  i  White. 
Wm.  O.  Stethem. 
S.  H.  Anderson. 
Joseph  O'Kane. 


Joshua  Woodhouse.       I    Francis  Clarke. 
Michael  O'Meara.  (    Patrick  Brennan,  sen. 

Edward  Griffin.  I    Lewis  J.  Harkin. 

Charles  Curran.  |    Arthur  M'Quillan, 

AUDITORS  OF  ACCOUNTS. 
James  E.  M^jor.     |    Thomas  Workman.     |    James  L.  Burns. 

MARSHALS. 

George  G.  Stanley     |   Michael  Kelly, 

COMMITTEE  OF  INSTALMENT. 

Edward  Howell.     I    Patrick  Swords. 


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GERMAN  SOCIETY. 

Tatiion  -Hi*  Rojal  Highness  Priiu-e  Aliicrt. 

Daniel  Arnt>ldi,  M.  D.  PnsUlcnt. 

Henry  Myers,  Vice-1'resifhut. 
Eriiest  Idler,  Treasurer,  |    L.  Haliinand,  liccordittg  Sccrita,j/. 
Joseph  S.  KoUmyer,  Corresponding  Hecixtar;/. 
F.  C.  T,  Arnuldi,  I'/nisician.    |    Uev.  Dr.  liLthuuc,  Choi^Uiin. 

STEWAIIDS. 

J.  P.  Seybdld,  C.  Fisher,  F.  Hert;:,  G.  Ileiulmrt,  John  Bower,  (  .  Un.k, 
Committee  of  Char  Uij — J.  F.  Cialilcr,  Charles  I'erry,  P.  Uulile. 
Committee  of  Accounts— 1>T.  V.  C.  T.  Arnold!,  J.  K.  itruudsuii. 


SAINT  JEAN  BAl'TISTE  SOCIETY. 

Hon.  D.  B.  Viger,  President. 

Joseph  Roy,  E.  R.  Fubro,  James  MuGill  Desriviercs,  Jean  lirimeuu,  Vice- 
Presidents. 

Joseph  Uoulanget  and  F.  St.  Jean,  Treasurers, 

Joseph  Belle,  L.  O.  Letourncu.x,  and  Charles  Uoy,  Secretarks.  Ludger  Du. 
veriiay,  Marshal. 


benp:volent  institutions. 


Norember. 


MONTREAL  GENERAL  HOSPITAL. 

Samuel  Gcrrard,  President.       \    John  Molson,  Vice-President. 
Benj.  Holmes,  Treasurer.      \    A.  Skakcl,  Secretary. 

Committee  of  Management — James  rerrier,  J.  Matheu  sou,  B,  Hull. 

F.  A.  Larocque,  Chairman. 
Consulting  Physician — A.  F.  Holmes,  M.  D. 
Attending  Physician — G.  W.  Campbell,  M.D. 
O.  T.  Bruneau,  M.D.,  J.  Crawfont,  M.D.  S.C.,  Sewell,  M  D    A 
Hall,  M.D.,  W.  Macnider,  M.D, 

William  E.  Scott,  House  Surgeon.  I  Alexander  Long:,  Apothecaru. 
Mrs.  Ball,  Matron.       \    N.  Eustace,  Steward. 


SELF-SUPPORTING  DISPENSARY. 

Attending  Physicians— "Drs.    Arnoldi,  Junr.    Bad^kv,   Mauw 
Macnider  and  Sutherland.  *  ' 

Situated  in  St.  Urbain  near  Craig  street.— Open  daily  from  9  lo 
10  A.M.  and  3  to  4  p.m. — Vaccination  daily  performed. 


MONTREAL  LYIirO-IN  HOSPITAL. 

Mrs.  Georffe  Piatt,  Directress.      \    Mrs.  Speirs,  SecrcUuy. 
Dr.  Macnider,  Physician. 
Dr.  Arnoldi,  Scnr.  Considting  Physician. 

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UNIVERSITY  LYING-IN  HOSPITAL. 
J)r.  McCuUoch,  Attending  Physician. 
l)r».  Holmes,  Campbell,  Hall,  Bruneau,  and  Sewell,  QonsulUng 

Phynicians. 
Mrs.  Buchanan,  Resident  Midwife. 

Situate  in  St.  Charles  Borromco  Street. 


LADIES  BENEVOLENT  SOCIETY. 
Mrs.  Richardson  and  Mrs.  Ogden,  Directresses. 
Mrs.  T.  B.  Anderson,  Treasurer. 
Miss  Boston,  Secretary. 


PROTESTANT  ORPHAN  ASYLUM. 

Mrs.  Wilkes  and  Mrs.  Reid,  Directresses. 
Mrs.  Ross,  Treasurer.       \    Mrs.  McCord,  Secretary. 


CATHOLIC  ORPHAN  ASYLUM. 

Mrs.  D.B.  Vjger  and  Mrs.  O.  Berthelet,  Directresses. 

Mrs.  J.  Qucsnel,  Treasurer. 
Jklrs.  Chalifaux,  Superintendant. 


ASYLUM  FOR  AGED  AND  INFIRM  WOMEN. 

Mrs.  Emelie  Garaelin,  Directress. 
Mrs.  Nowlan,  Treasurer.     \    Mrs.  Ta vernier,  Secretary. 


MONTREAL  TEMPERANCE  SOCIETY'. 

John  Dougall,  President. 

Rev.  W.  Taylor,  Rev.  C.  Strong,  J.  E.  Mills,  and  Rev.  IL  O. 

Crofts,  Vice  Presidents. 
James  R.  Orr,  Treasurer.       \    James  Court,  Secretary. 
R.  D.  Wadsworth,  Recording  Secretary  and  Agent. 

The  Society  has  now  about  4,300  members,  and  has  also  a 
juvenile  branch,  numbering  2200.  The  Agent  has  a  Depot  and, 
Reading  Room  in  St.  Francois  Xavier  Street,  where  are  kept  fof 
sale  temperance  tracts,  medals,  &c. 


IRISH  R.  C.  TEMPERANCE  SOCIETY'.   . 

The  Right  Rev.  Dr.  Phelan,  Patron. 

Rev.  J.  Richard,  President. 

Rev.  N.  J.  O'Brien,  Assistant  President. 
J.  P.  Sexton,  1st  Vice  President.   \  John  Curran,  2nd  Vice  Pres; 
Denis  Cotterell  and  Charles  Curran,  Treasurers. 
Edward  Murphy,  Secretary. 


ST.  JAMES'  STREET  TEMPERANCE  SOCIETY. 

Rev.  C.  Strong,  President.     \   Joseph  Fraser,  Vice  President. 
C.  L.  Bigelow,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


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EMIGRANT  COMMITTEE  AND  OFFICEUS. 

Hon.  Adam  Ferric,  Cfiainnan, 

B.  Ilulmcfl,  Treasurer.  \    Jami'S  Court,  Sccretan/. 

James  Allison,  Goi'ernment,  KmigratUm  Aijent. 

Edward  Brittuin,  Clerk  to  do 

Dr.  J.  Bowie,  Emigrant  Physician. 

J'atriek  Brcnnan,  Superintendent  vf  Einitjrant  Sheds. 


RELIGIOUS  SOCIETIES. 

:kIONTREAL  AUXILIARY  BIBLE  SOCIETY. 
William  Lunn,  President. 
Hon.  W.  r.  Christie,  J.  T.  Barrett,  A.  F.  Holmes,  M.  I).,  Capf. 
J.  II.  Maitland,  J.  Frothingham,  and  James  Fleminjj:,  Vice 
Presidents. 
J(;hn  ^latthewson,   Treasurer. 
Rev.  Henry  Wilkes,  A.  M.  Foreign  Secretary. 
J.  R.  Orr,  and  RoUo  Campbell,  liecordimj  Secretarie.'*. 


SOCIETY   FOR    PROMOTING    CHRISTIAN 

KNOWLEDGE. 

Rev.  Dr.  Bcthune,  President. 
Justice  MeCord,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


FRENCH  CANADIAN  MISSIONARY  SOCIETY. 
Lieut.  Colonel  Wilgress,  President. 
James  Ferrier  &  Joseph  Wenham,  Vice  Presidents. 
Rev.  Wm.  Taylor,  Rev.  C.  Strong,  and  James  Court,  Stcntaritt. 
W.  Lyman,  Treasurer. 

LADIES'  CANADIAN  MISSIONARY  SOCIETY. 

Mrs.  Wm.  Taylor,  President. 

Mrs.  Court,  Mrs.  H.  Vennor,  Mrs.  Esson,  ami  Mrs.  John  Mat- 

thewson,  Directresses. 
Mrs.  Samuel  Hedge,  Jun.  Treasurer. 
Jliss  Susan  L.  Corse,  Secretary. 


M'ESLEYAN  MISSIONARY  SOCIETY  OF  CANADA  EAST. 
Wm.  Lunn,  Treasurer.  \  Rev.  R.  Cooney,  Secretary. 

Committee— The  Stewards  of  the  Stations,  viz.  J.  L.  Mattluw 
eon  and  T.  Kay,  Montreal,  &c. 


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nAPnST  SllSSIONARY  SOCIKTY  TOR  SLTI'LVINO  DESTITL  FE  SKTfLt^ 

MLNT3. 

Jitso|»h  LciMiiin^,  Treasurer. 
]?ov.  J.  (ilnlwoi^d  unci  Dr.  Davit's,  Scvretariea, 
Juinos  MiliK',  litcvrdiHi/  Surefart/. 


(A  NAD  A    SUNDAY    S  C  U  O  O  I.    IN  ION. 

Cajtlain  J.  II.  >rt;it!anil,  I*ri'.si(f<nt. 

J.  H.  On*,  Jiimt's  luirrier,  Julia  Duuj;ull  aiul  Ji»s('ph  Woiilmni, 

V'irn-Pri.sidenls. 
K'l'V.  II.  (>.  Crofts,  C\,ircsj)(ni  liiKj  Sccrelari/. 
•l.ilin  V.  Urcki't,  Ikn-onii/Kj  ^^(uhLivij. 
James  L'»»ui'l,  Tnu^urer.  \  Juiuus  Milne,  Dtj)o,siiory^    * 


\vi:.si,i:yan  mkttiodjst  yuxDAY  snioor.  society 
2\>r  f/ic  Montreal  Circuit,  in  iiiiiim  icilh  the  British  ]ViJrya»  Mt- 

t/i(hli.yt  ( 'un/ereucc. 
H'V.  'Mai how  Lau^,  lVi"ii<lent. 
Ticvs.  J.  Brownv.fl!  u:nl  11.  Couiu'v,  Vice  iVcw't/t'/./v. 
Wiiluim  ]>imn,  'i  re  i.suicr. 
.).  M.alii'ws(jnuiul  .John  \V\\{ox\,  Auditors. 
'J'huma.->  Kaiiun,  General  Sccretari/. 


CHUISTIAN  MUTUAL  IMniOVE^IEXT  SOCIKTY. 

(Late  tlio  Montreal  Youn;>;  Men's  Society  for  Troiuoting  Chris- 
tian Knowledge.) 
John  Holland,  Prcsi<!ent.  \    IJobert  Miller,  Vica  Piesidcnt. 

Wni.  Sutherland  and  John  Gray,  Secretaries, 
AVunlen  Kin^,  Tr€Ui,urcr, 


LADIES'  BIHLE  ASSOCIATION. 

Mrs.  AVii'ves,  Secniari/.  j  Mrs.  Smith,  Treasurer. 


CllUrvCII  LOAN  LIBRARY. 

l?ov.  William  Thompson,  President. 
Thos.  Molson,  Capt.  Maitlund,  and  Rev.  D.B.  rarnther,  V.  Pres. 
W.  C.  Kvaus,  Treasurer.  |    W.  F.  Grassett,  Secretary. 


RELIGIOUS  TRACT  SOCIETY. 

llcnr}'  Veiinor,  Treasurer. 

Kev.  John  Girdwood,  Corresponding  Secretary. 

Jaujes  Milne,  llecordimj  Secretary  and  Depository. 


TRACT  DISRTIBUTION  SOCIETY. 

Jt>hn  Dougall,  President. 

J.  A.  Mutliewson,  Secretary  and  Treasurer, 

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293 
CHURCHES  AND  HOURS  OF  DIVINE  SERVICE. 


ROMAN   CATHOLIC. 

French  CATiinr»u.vL.— High  Mass— Morning   at  half-past  H 
Vf.^pors,  half-|)Hst  2. 

llKCOLLLT  (Ihihh)  Ciimcii.— Rt'v.  J.  lliclinrds.     hij;h  Mass 
— Murning  at  luilf-pust  9,  Vospers  at  luilf-past  2. 

BoNSKCorna   Cm  ucii.— Rev.    1*.    O'Conncll.      High    Mass- 
Morning  at  half-past  0,  Vi'spors,  at  half-jiast  2. 

Saint  Jamls'  Cuuucii — Divino  Service — SJ 
noon. 


Morning  anil  aflo- 


PROTESTANT  EPISCOPAL. 

Christ  Chi'rcii,  Xotrc  Damo  street. — Hov.  J.  Bctlume,  I>.  H. 
Uuctor,  Kev.  J),  liobertson.  Assistant  Minister. 

Divine  Service. — Morning  at  11,  afternoon  at.".,  nntl  evening 
at  7;  for  Military  at  haU-i>ast  1. — Sundiiy  School  at  9  a.  m. 

Tkinitv  Ciii'iicii,  St.  I'aiil  Street. — l{ev.  Mark  Willonglihy, 
^lini.ster,  Kev.  1).  IJ.  Parnther,  Assistant  Minister. 

Divine  Service — Morning  at  11,  and  evening  at  7-  Sunilny 
fc'chool  at  half-past  2. 

Saint  Thoalvs'  Ciiai-el,  Quebec  Suburbs— Rev.  AV.  Thomp- 
son, Minister. 

Divine  Service — ^lorning  at  11,  evening  at  7. — Sunday  Schmd 
at  half-past  2. 

Saint  GKout;r/s  Chapel,  St.  Joseph  street. — Rev.  W.  T. 
Leach.     Hours  of  Service — Morning,  at  11,  Kvening  at  7. 

Free  Chapel,  Wellington,  near  King  Street. — Rev.  Dr.  Tal- 
loon. — Divine  Service,  Morning  and  Evening  Sun<lay  School 
luvlf-past  2. 


SCOTCH  PRESBYTERIAN. 

Saint  Gabriel  Street  Chirch. —  Rev.  Henry  Ivsson  A.  M. 

Divine  Service— Morning  at  11,  and  afternoon  at  half-past  2. 
--Sunday  School  at  4  p.  m. 

Saint  Andufw's,  St.  Peter  Street— Rev.  A.  Mathiesun,  D.  1). 

Divine  Service — Morning  at  11,  and  afternoon  at  haf-pnst  2  - 
Sunday  School  at  4  i*.  m. 

Saint  Paul's,  St.  Helen  Street.— Rev.  Edward  P>!aclv,  D.  D. 

Divine  Service,— Morning  nf  11,  and  afternoon  at  half-piis-t  2. 
—  Sunday  School  at  4  r.  m. 

UNITED  SECESSION. 

Lagaucheti^ro  Street. — Rev.  W.  Taylor,  A.  jM.  ])ivine  Ser\  ice 
— Morning  at  11,  afternoon  at  half-past  2.— Sunday  School  at  4. 
and  Bible  Class  at  7  r.  bi. 

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AMKRICAN   PRESBYTERIAN. 

Iliiy  Murk»»t.  -Uev.  Culeb  Stnmg,  A.  M. — Divine  Sorvicc-- 
M«)riun{^ut  1 1,  aftornoim  at  .'J,  and  evening  at  7. — Sunday  School 
at  9  A.  M.,  and  hull- past  I  i>.  m. 

WESLEYAN  METHODIST. 

Rev.  Matthew  Lang  (Supcrintondant),  Rev.  J.  B.  Brownell  and 

Rov.  Rt)bert  Cooney. 

St.  James  Chapel,  Great  St.  Jum(>.s  Street. — Divine  Serviee — 
Morning  at  hult'-past  10,  evening  at  half-past  0. — Sunday  School 
at  9  A.  M.,  anil  2  i*.  m. 

Wellin;;t<jn  Street  Chapel,  Wi'llington,  near  King  Street.  Di- 
vine Serviee  and  Sunday  School,  sanje  hours  as  at  St.  James  Cha- 
pel. 

St.  Mary  Chapel,  Montcalm,  near  St.  Mary  Street. — Divine 
Service,  sum*'  hours  as  at  St.  James  Chapel. 

There  ar<!  four  other  Sunday  Schools  connected  with  this 
Church,  held  in  the  ditfcrent  suburbs  of  the  city — all  commencing 
at  two  o'clock  in  the  afternoon. 


CONGREGATIONAL. 

Saint  Maurice  Street. — Rev.  IT.  Wilkes,  A.  M. — Divine  Service 
—  Morning  at  11,  evening  at  half-past  6.  Sunday  School  at  half 
post  2. 

Gosford  Street. --Rev.  J.  J.  Carruthers. — Divine  Service  at  11 
A.  M.,  and  3  r.  m. 


BAPTIST. 

St.  Helen  Street.— Rev.  J.  Girdwood,  Rev.  Dr.  Davies  and 
Rev.  F.  Bosworth. — Divine  Service — Morning  at  11,  evening  at 
half-past  6.     Sunday  School  at  9  a.  m. 

METHODIST  NEW  CONNECTION. 

Mansion  House  College  Street. — Rev.  II.  O.  Crofts  and  Rev.  T. 
T.  Howard. — Divine  Service — Morning  at  11,  afternoon  at  3, 
and  evening  at  half-past  6.     Sunday  School  at  9  a.  m. 


UNITARIAN. 

In  rear  of  American  Church,  Hay  Market. — Rev  W.  Cordner, 
Divine  Service — Morning  at  11,  and  evening  at  7. — Sunday 
School  at  3  p.  M. 


JEWS'  SYNAGOGUE. 


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Chenneville,  near  Lagauchetiere  street. — Rev.  D.  Piza.  ^^^,  ,*, 


295 


COLLEGES  AND  SCHOOLS. 


UNIVERSITY  OF  MiGILL  COLLEGE. 


r.ovr.iiNous: 
Tho  Ifftnornhli'  the  Cliiff  Jusflcp  of 
I'lio  llotioralilc  tlic  riiii-tMiiHtkiu  ut' 
Till?  rrim'ii)al  i»f  tin-  ('tillci;<'. 

UFFK  k:i(H  UF  TIIK  I  .N|  V  ICIISITY  ANIt 

Prittfipnl,       

VIr,-  I'rincipn!,     

Pr<>fisxvr  of  Diviuitij, 

Pro/ftitor  iif  CliigKiritl  Lllercl'irr,      

ProfigKor  uf  Matlit^iutilics  and  Saturiil  Philvsophftt 

Priifissor  uf  Medicint', 

I.fCtnfCf  on  SiirO)')i>,     

I.irtniwr  on  t'heniistrif, 

I.ictiirt'r  on  Miilirif'i i-i/f        

J.ii'tureronAtfitotin/ 

Lecturer  on  Hattria  iIi:diro  <ind  lii.slitii(cs,  ...     .. 

Tutor,       

lienintrtjr,  Ilurfor,  und  Sccrttitr}/,     

Longncuil  HclioUtr,        


Montreal, 

I  |i|K.T  (.aiiadit. 

toi.i.KoP: : 

|{«v.  J.  notluino,  n.I). 

Utv.  K.J.I.iina.v.D.L.C 
.     K*>v.  I>r.  lii'thunv. 
.     Uev.  Dr.  I.iiiidy. 
,      W.  Mi«U««n,M..\. 
.     A.  V.  Ilolmts,  M.n. 
..     G.  W.  Cinipbi'll,  M.  D. 
.     A.  iliill,  M.I). 
.     M.  Mcculloch,  M.T>. 
.     <).  T.  HruiuMUi,  M.I). 
,.     S.  C.  StMVfll,  M  U. 
..     Mr.  ,1.  Tltoiiinn. 
.     Ki'v.  .los.  ,\l>b(.tt,  .\.M. 
..     Mr.  lloiiry  Kof. 


CANADA  BAVTI8T  COLLEGE. 

Tlev.  I?.  Davics,  A.  M. ;  Vh.  I),  of  tliu  Univt-rsity  of  Loip.sic, 
and  the  Kov.  F.  Bosworth,  Conductors.. 


HIGH  SCHOOL  of  montueal. 


Hon.  G.  Moffatt, 

Win.  Lunn, 

B.  H.  Leraoino, 

Jas.  Ferripr, 

Benj.  Holmes,  Treasurer. 

D.  Davidson,  Honorary  Sectif. 

Rev.  F.G.  Simpson,  M.  A.  Hector 

T.  A.  Simpson,  Second  Master. 


DIIIICCTOUS  : 
J.  Savtipo, 
Dr.G.  W.  Campbell. 
Dr.  M'Culloch, 
H.  Stephens, 


W.  C.  Meredith, 

J).  Torrance, 

.T.  .T.  Day, 

C  (Jeddes. 
-  Beldon,  Third  Master. 
L.  lV>tel,  French  Master. 
John  Cook,  Writing  Master. 
Jas.  Dunoan,  Drawing  Master. 


The  Session  is  divided  into  two  tornjs,  viz:  from  the  3d  M(mdny 
in  August  to  Christmas.and  from  Christmas  to  2d  Saturday  in  July. 

MONTREAL  GRAMMAR  SCHOOL. 

ON  THE    UOYAL   lOI  SDATION. 

Alexander  Skakel,  A.M.,  Master. 


NATIONAL  SCHOOL. 

Bonsecours  Street. 
Mr.  Radford,  Teacher,  Male  Department. 
Mrs.  Radford,  Teacher,  Female  Department. 

BRITISH  AND  CANADIAN  SCHOOL. 

Cote  street. 


Hon.  Peter  M'Gill,  President. 
William  Lunn,  Treasurer. 


John  Minshall, 
Mrs.  Bendnll 


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Teachers. 


296 


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FREE  SCHOOL. 

In  connection  with  St.  Gabriel  Street  Church. 
Jur6  Street. 
Hon.  Adam  Ferrie,  President.      |  Win.  Bethune,  Teacher. 


MONTREAL  FREE  SCHOOL. 

In  connection  with  the  American  Presbyterian  Sc>ciety, 
St.  Henry  Street. 
E.  Atwater,  Secretanj&f  Treasurer.  \  W.  H.  Coiilt,  Teacher. 


W 


J.ODGES,    CLUBS,    &c. 


FREP;  MASONS. 
St.   PAUL'S    LODGE. 

V.  W.  Br.  William  BuJgley,  W.  Master. 


Br.  J.  H.  Joseph,  Treasi'irr. 

R.  S.  Tylee,  Secretary. 

John  Glass,  S.  W. 

D.  Macpliersoii,  /.  W. 


Br.  J.  O.  Moffiitt,  ,S'.  I). 

J.  Findcii,  J.  D. 

I.  Rose, /.  r/. 

Brs.  McX.uy  and  Spooncr,  Tylcrt. 


SAINT  GEORGE'S  LODGE. 


W.  Br.  W.  Wrigljt,  W.  M. 

R.  Noxon,  P.  M. 

Br.  W.  Footner,  S.  W. 

W.  Macfarlane,  J.  W. 

M.  Sumner,  Secretary. 


Br.  D.  Gorrie,  Trca.iurcr. 

J.  G.  Sims,  d.  D. 

J.  MfNider,  J.  D. 

W.  Smith, ,/.  O. 

R.  Robson,  Tyler. 


Ak 


St.  GEORGE'S  LODGE  MARK  OF  MASTER  MASONS. 


W.Br.  Wright,  R.  ^f.  W. 

R.  Noxon,  S.  G.  W. 

.........  I.  Aaron,  3/.  O. 

G.  Fax,  S.  O. 

W.  Snaith,  J.  O.      • 

Br.  W.  Brown,  S.  W. 


Br.  W.  Footner,  J.  W. 

M.  Sumner,  Secretary. 

D.  Gorrie,  2'reasurcr. 

P.  Hayes,  S.  D. 

J.  Hoy,J.Z>. 

B.  Rubson,  Tyler. 


St.  GEORGE'S  ROYAL  ARCH  CHAPTER. 

E. 


M.  E.  C.  W.  Wright,  Z. 

I.  Aaron,  P.  Z. 

D.  Gorrie,  IT. 

R.  Noxon,  J. 

W.  Snaith,  Treasurer 


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C. 


C.  J.  Orr,  r. 

H.  S.  Morris-  N. 

W.  Brown,  P.  S. 

J.  Hoy,      I 
R.  Unwin,) 


A.  S. 


C.  R.  Robson,  Janitor. 


291 


INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  ODD  FELLOWS  OF  THE 
MANCHESTER  UNITY: 

Holding  their  dispensation  from  the  Board  of  Directors  of  and  in 
connexion  with,  the  Odd  Fellows  Society  in  Great  Britain, 

LOYAL  MONTREAL  LODGE,   OF   THE   UNITY  No.  3115,  OF  THE 

DISTRICT,  No.  1. 


Duncan  M'Lean,  P.  G. 

Alex.  Morrison,  N.  G. 

Win.  Bird,  V.  G. 

Win.  Genunill,  Receiving  Sccretar;/. 


R.  W.  S.  Mackay,  lifrurdlug  Secty. 
J.  Kiclner,  Minute  Secretary. 
Dr.  C.  A.  Campbell,  Physician  and 
Treasurer 


LOYAL  St.  LAWRENCE  LODGE,  OF  THE  UNITY  No.  3(517  OF  THE 

DISTRICT,  No.  2. 
P.  Taylor,  P.  G.  S&n.  A.  Fleck,  Receiving  Secretary. 

J.  Lambert,  N.  G.  Andrew  Connell,  Trecturcr. 

Claude  Robb,  V.  O.  Dr.  C.  A.  Campbell,  Physician. 

LoDOK  UooM.s — No.  91,  St.  Paul  Street.      One  of  the  Lodges  meets  each 
Monday  Evening^,  at  8  o'clock. 

DISTKICT  OFFICEnS. 


Peter  Taylor,  G.  M. 

Duncan  M'Lcan,  D.  G.  M. 

John  Lambert,  P.  P.  G.  M.  and  C.  S. 

■\VilUum  Gemmill,  Treasurer. 


A.  M'Gowan,i  ^i,,aUor,. 


H 
John  Kidner,) 

DISTRICT  COaiMITTEE. 

James  Lewthwaito,  P.  V.  G.  |  J.  A.  Fleck,  S 


R.W.S.  Mackay,  J  r,„,(,,„. 
John  Kin^i^an,       > 


J.  Khileyside,  P.  S. 


Laird  Putton,  P.  9. 


INDEPENDENT  ORDER  OF  ODD  FELLOWS 

Holding  their  dispensation  from  the  Grand  Lodge  of  and  in  con- 
nerion  with  the  Odd  Fellows'  Society  in  the  United  States. 

PRINCE  OF  WALES'  LODGE,  No.  I. 


W.  A.  Selden,  P.  G. 
Dr.  Wm.  Liddell,  N.  G. 
J.  Fraser,  V.  G. 


J.  Holland,  Secretary. 
G.  Peck,  Triktsurer. 


QUEEN'S  LODGE,  No.  2. 


J.  H.  Taaffe,  P.  G. 
A.  Robertson,  N.  G. 
M.  U.  Seymour,  V.  G. 


D  Milligan,  Secretary. 
C.  F.  Clarke,  Treasurer. 


IIOCHELAGA  ENCAMPMENT,  No.  1,  L  O.  of  O.  F. 

J.  D.  Mulligan,  Scribe. 
J.  O.  Brown,  Treasurer. 
W.  HUton,  J.  W. 


Th08.  Hardie,  C.  P. 
J.  H.  Hardie,  H.  P. 
J.  M.  Gilbert,  J.  W. 


MONTREAL  TURF  CLUB. 


Hon.  Colonel  Core,  C.  B.  President. 
G.  D.  Gibb,  Treasurer. 


Charles  Penner,  Vice  Pre$id«nt. 
Samuel  David,  Secretary. 


298 
CURLING  CLUB. 

John  Dyde,  President.     \    G.  Tyro,  Vice  Preudent 

Thuinas  H.  Murray,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 

Rev.  Dr.  Mathiesun,  Chaplain. 


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QUOIT  CLUB. 

John  Dyde^  Pretident.     |    F.  Harris,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


CRICKET  CLUB. 
C.  H.  Castle,  President.      |    F.  Harris,  Secretary  and  Treasurer. 


OLYINIPIC  CLUB. 

C.  F.  Clark,  Chie/i  R.  Cockburn,,  2nd  do;  E.  E.  Gilbert,  Secretary,  C  L. 

Colburn,  Treasurer, 


THISTLE  CURLING  CLUB. 

R.  Armour  Jun.  President.       I     D.  McTavish  Vice  President. 
J.  B.  Torry,  Secretary.         \      W.  Simpson,  Treasurer. 


ADDENDA  TO  CLASSIFIED  DIRECTORY. 


Garth,  George,  Craig  street.     See  Card,  page  299. 

Glen,  Crawford,  5  !?t.  Peter  street.     See  Card. 

Johnson,  Joseph,  Lumber  Yard^  $t.  Elizabeth,  near  Craig  street. 

See  Card. 
West  Indies—Emigration.    See  Card. 

CRAWFORD  GLEN, 

PLUMBER  &  BRASS  FOUNDER, 

5  St  Peter  Street, 


N.  B. — All  kinds  of  Plumbers'  Work  executed  in  the  best  st3'le 
of  Workmanship,  and  on  very  moderate  terms. 

JoiipiriTjOHNSON^     ^  " 

WHOLESALE  AND  RETAIL, 

No.  8,  St.  Elizabeth  Street 


Constantly  on  hand,  Mahogany,  Rosewood,  and  Black  Walnut  Pianks, 
Boa  .d*,  and  Vbitrbbs,  and  a  general  assortment  of  the  various  kinds  of 
Wood  in  general  use. 


299 

G  i:OROIi:   O  AKTH, 

PLUMBER,  BRASS  FOUNDER, 

GAS-FITTER  AND  COPPER-SMITH, 

Craig  Street  and  Furtification  Lane, 

JfEAU  THE  ENTRANCE  OF  MAIN  STREET,  ST.  LAWRENCE  SUBURBS, 

Manufactures  and  sells  all  kinds  of  Sheet  and  Rolled  Lead;  Zinc  and  Cop> 
per,  in  sheets;  Lead,  Copper,  Zinc,  Block  Tin,  and  Wrought  Iron  Pipes,  of  ail 
descriptions,Lead,  Copper,  and  Brass  Lift  and  Forcing  Pump3,of  all  descrip- 
tions ,  Common  and  Self- Acting  Water  Closets ;  makes  and  fixes  Hot,  Cold, 
and  Shower  Baths,  on  the  most  approved  principle ;  Hatters'  Kettles ;  Copper 
Stills  and  Worms ;  Brass  Cocks  and  Castings,  of  all  kinds ;  Garden  and  Fire 
Engines,  made  to  order,  and  adapted  to  the  climate;  all  kinds  of  Gas  Fittings 
put  up  with  neatness;  Chandeliers  of  all  kinds  made  to  pattern ;  Brass  Win- 
dow Guards,  Railings  for  Desks,  Counters,  Glass  Cases,  &c.,  Brass  Sashes 
and  Fan  Lights  made  to  pattern;  Beer  Pumps;  Ginger  Beer  and  Soda 
Water  Apparatus ;  together  with  ejery  description  of  Work  connected  with 
Water,  Gas,  and  Chemical  EstabUsltiments. 

HE  UNDERTAKES  THE 

^Uifitin'O'  op  cfoiurvdi    xPaulic  arta    ciiiuate  ^Diuuurva», 

WITH 

COAL  OR  OIL  GAS,  OR  THE  BUDE,  BOGCIUS,  OR  PEUETAN  LIGHTS. 

UE  ALSO  UNDERTAKES  TO 
BY  MEANS  OF  HOT  WATER  IN  LARGE  OR  SMALL  ril'ES; 

Also  by  means  of  a  current  of  Warm  Air,  produced  by  a  new  mode  of  heat- 
ing the  same,  by  which  the  air  cannot  be  contaminated  in  the  least  degree, 
rendering  the  houses  so  heated,  both  healthy  and  salubrious,  and  at  a  cost 
of  about  two-thirds  of  the  fuel  required  by  any  other  means  of  beating. 

G.  G.  makes  and  fixes  Kitchen  Ranges,  and  Cooking  Apparatus  of 
every  description,  upon  the  most  approved  principles. 

>VATER  AND  GAS  PIPES  REPAIRED  ON  THE  SHORTEST  NOTICE. 

N.  B.— All  Orders  from  the  Country  attended  to  without  delay. 
OLD  COPPER,  BRASS  OR  LEAD  BOUGHT  OR  EXCHANGED. 


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WEST  INDIES 


EMIC.UATION  TO  JAMAICA. 

Notice  is  hereby  given  tu  such  persons  of  the  AFlvICAX  KACE 
as  arc  disposed  to  emujrate  to  the  Island  of  Jamaica,  that  the 
Subscriber  has  been  appointed  by  the  Government  of  Jamaica, 
Agent  of  Emir/ration  to  tliat  Islantl,  and  is  Authorised  to  furnish 
a  Passage,  including  provisions  and  other  necessaries,  free  of  all 
expense,  to  People  of  Colour,  of  good  character.  All  applicants 
for  passages  arc  requested  to  send  in  their  names  without  loss  t»f 
time,  and  as  soon  as  a  sufficient  number  are  enrolled,  a  suitable 
first-class  vessel  will  he  i)rovuled.  For  further  informati<m  ap- 
ply to 

J.  W.  DUKSCOMB, 
Agent  of  Emiyration  to  the  Island  of  Jamaica. 

Office,  No.  51,  Great  St.  James  Street,  Montreal. 


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ised  to  furnish 
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All  applicants 
vithout  loss  (»f 
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formation  ap- 

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